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Family violence in migrant and refugee families and successful models of prevention and intervention: a summary analysis and annotated bibliography / Boutros Nam, Joan Waldvogel, Geoff Stone, Marlene Levine

By: Levine, Marlene.
Contributor(s): Boutros, Nam | Waldvogel, Joan | Stone, Geoff | Levine, Marlene.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, N.Z.: Ministry of Social Development 2011Description: 172 p. ; computer file, Word DOC, 1.52MB.ISBN: 978-0-478-33527-9 (online).Subject(s): DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | WOMEN | ELDER ABUSE | REFUGEES | MIGRANTS | BIBLIOGRAPHY | NEW ZEALAND | PREVENTION | CHILD ABUSEDDC classification: TRO 362.8292 FAM Online resources: Click here to access online | Access Website Summary: This annotated bibliography was undertaken as part of developing a research agenda for the ongoing programme of action for the Taskforce for Action on Violence within Families. It provides a summary of research relating to family violence (including what some refer to as domestic violence) within refugee and migrant families and communities in New Zealand and overseas. This research provides useful information about the prevalence, dynamics, causes, risk and protective factors and impact of family violence in a number of different ethnic communities. It also discusses the barriers victims face in seeking help and the challenges service providers face in addressing the needs of victims. Executive Summary.
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This annotated bibliography was undertaken as part of developing a research agenda for the ongoing programme of action for the Taskforce for Action on Violence within Families. It provides a summary of research relating to family violence (including what some refer to as domestic violence) within refugee and migrant families and communities in New Zealand and overseas. This research provides useful information about the prevalence, dynamics, causes, risk and protective factors and impact of family violence in a number of different ethnic communities. It also discusses the barriers victims face in seeking help and the challenges service providers face in addressing the needs of victims. Executive Summary.