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Free from abuse : what women say and what can be done Jennifer Hand, Vivienne Elizabeth; Betsan Martin, Hinengaru Rauwhero, Marilyn Burton, Shona Selby, Luisa Falanitule

By: Hand, Jennifer.
Contributor(s): Elizabeth, Vivienne | Rauwhero, Hinengaru | Burton, Marilyn | Selby, Shona | Falanitule, Luisa | Martin, Betsan | Auckland Healthcare. Public Health Promotion Unit.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Public Health Promotion, Auckland District Health Board, 2002Description: 182 p. ; 30 cm; electronic document (184 p.); PDF file: 5.73 MB.ISBN: 0-473-08484--8.Subject(s): ABUSED WOMEN | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | HELP SEEKING | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | MĀORI | PACIFIC PEOPLES | PASIFIKA | PHYSICAL ABUSE | SOCIAL SERVICES | SUPPORT SERVICES | VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | NEW ZEALANDDDC classification: 362.82 FRE Online resources: Click here to access online Summary: This research project grew out of initiatives in the area of domestic violence already undertaken by Public Health Promotion and by the growing body of local and international research The projec was also inspired by the stories Public Health Promotion workers were hearing from abused women and agencies which were assessing them with the difficulties they encountered as they sought to stop violence in their homes or separate from abusive partners. Forty-five women in Auckland were interviewed sereral times about their experiences in order to identify the factors that helped or hindered them as they took action to stop abuse. The experiences of these women are the heart of the report and determine its direction. (from the Executive Summary).
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CD-ROM CD-ROM TRVF00190 Not for loan FV18120006
Journal article Journal article TRVF00190 Available FV18120007
Access online Access online Online Available ON14060114
Report Report TRO 362.82 FRE Available FV13070413
Report Report TRO 362.82 FRE Available FV13070414
Report Report TRO 362.82 FRE Available A00637327B

Electronic copy hosted on NZFVC website with permission of Jennifer Hand.

This research project grew out of initiatives in the area of domestic violence already undertaken by Public Health Promotion and by the growing body of local and international research The projec was also inspired by the stories Public Health Promotion workers were hearing from abused women and agencies which were assessing them with the difficulties they encountered as they sought to stop violence in their homes or separate from abusive partners. Forty-five women in Auckland were interviewed sereral times about their experiences in order to identify the factors that helped or hindered them as they took action to stop abuse. The experiences of these women are the heart of the report and determine its direction. (from the Executive Summary).

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