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Family violence : key findings from the evaluation of the 2006 family law reforms

Kaspiew, Rae, Gray, Matthew, Weston, Ruth, Moloney, Lawrie, Hand, Kelly, Qu, Lixia, Alexander, Michael, Baxter, Jennifer, Caruana, Catherine, Cornell, Chelsea, Deblaquiere, Julie, De Maio, John, Fullarton, Jessica, Hancock, Kirsten, Klettke, Bianca, Lodge, Jodie, Lohoar, Shaun, Renda, Jennifer, Soriano, Grace, Stainsby, Robert and Wisniak, Danielle 2010, Family violence : key findings from the evaluation of the 2006 family law reforms, Family matters, vol. 85, pp. 38-48.

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Title Family violence : key findings from the evaluation of the 2006 family law reforms
Author(s) Kaspiew, Rae
Gray, Matthew
Weston, Ruth
Moloney, Lawrie
Hand, Kelly
Qu, Lixia
Alexander, Michael
Baxter, Jennifer
Caruana, Catherine
Cornell, Chelsea
Deblaquiere, Julie
De Maio, John
Fullarton, Jessica
Hancock, Kirsten
Klettke, BiancaORCID iD for Klettke, Bianca orcid.org/0000-0003-4602-2435
Lodge, Jodie
Lohoar, Shaun
Renda, Jennifer
Soriano, Grace
Stainsby, Robert
Wisniak, Danielle
Journal name Family matters
Volume number 85
Start page 38
End page 48
Total pages 11
Publisher Australian Institute of Family Studies
Place of publication Melbourne, Vic.
Publication date 2010
ISSN 1030-2646
Summary The different types, prevalence and consequences of family violence, as demonstrated by the Australian Institute of Family Studies' Evaluation of the 2006 Family Law Reforms, are discussed. Family violence is shown to be an extremely complex phenomenon, which affects the mental and social well-being of the children. Hence, different measures that can be adopted to deal with pre- and post-separation periods and child care problems are also analyzed.
Language eng
Field of Research 180113 Family Law
Socio Economic Objective 970118 Expanding Knowledge in Law and Legal Studies
HERDC Research category C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
Copyright notice ©2010, Australian Institute of Family Studies
Free to Read? Yes
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30030508

Document type: Journal Article
Collections: School of Psychology
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