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How do sporting organisations conceptualise and operationalise the prevention of violence against women? Gemma Hamilton, Ruth Liston and Shaez Mortimer

By: Hamilton, Gemma.
Contributor(s): Liston, Ruth | Mortimer, Shaez.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology.Subject(s): ATTITUDES | COMMUNITY ACTION | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | GENDER EQUALITY | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | PREVENTION | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | SOCIAL CHANGE | SPORT | VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN | AUSTRALIA | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Read abstract In: Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 2019, Advance online publication, 11 July 2019Summary: Sport settings have great potential to influence social change and are therefore important locations to engage in the prevention of violence against women. The following study draws on in-depth interviews with 16 stakeholders who have been involved with the implementation of prevention programmes within competitive/team sport settings. A qualitative thematic analysis of the interviews was undertaken to examine how sporting organisations understand, strategise and practise prevention work in Australia and New Zealand. Implications for long-term changes in the prevention of violence against women are discussed with reference to key prevention actions and frameworks. (Authors' abstract). Record #6310
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Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 2019, Advance online publication, 11 July 2019

Sport settings have great potential to influence social change and are therefore important locations to engage in the prevention of violence against women. The following study draws on in-depth interviews with 16 stakeholders who have been involved with the implementation of prevention programmes within competitive/team sport settings. A qualitative thematic analysis of the interviews was undertaken to examine how sporting organisations understand, strategise and practise prevention work in Australia and New Zealand. Implications for long-term changes in the prevention of violence against women are discussed with reference to key prevention actions and frameworks. (Authors' abstract). Record #6310