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Sixth report | Te Pūrongo tuaono : Men who use violence | Ngā tāne ka whakamahi i te whakarekereke

By: New Zealand. Family Violence Death Review Committee | He tao huata e taea te karo.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Health Quality and Safety Commission, 2020Description: electronic document (98 pages); PDF format: 1.7 MB.ISBN: 978-1-98-859924-3 (Online).Subject(s): New Zealand. Family Violence Death Review Committee | He tao huata e taea te karo | RECOMMENDED READING | ASIAN PEOPLES | CHILD ABUSE | COLONISATION | CULTURAL ISSUES | DATA ANALYSIS | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FAMILY VIOLENCE | FVDRC REPORTS | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | MĀORI | MENTAL HEALTH | MIGRANTS | PACIFIC PEOPLES | PASIFIKA | OFFENDERS | PERPETRATORS | SOCIAL SERVICES | SUPPORT SERVICES | TRAUMA | HAUORA HINENGARO | PATU TAMARIKI | PŪNAHA TURE TAIHARA | TAIPŪWHENUATANGA | TOKO I TE ORA | TŪKINOTANGA Ā-WHĀNAU | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website | Watch recorded webinar
Contents:
Acknowledgements | He mihi -- Support available | Hei tautoko -- Family Violence Death Review Committee members | Te Komiti Arotake Mate Whakarekereke Whānau -- Glossary | Te kuputaka -- Executive summary | Whakarāpopototanga matua -- Introduction | Kupu arataki -- Chapter 1: Reframing men’s use of violence | Wāhanga 1: Ko te whai whakaaro hou ki ngā whakamahinga whakarekereke a ngā tāne -- Chapter 2: Men’s use of violence within the whānau or family | Wāhanga 2: Ko te whakamahi whakarekereke a ngā tāne ki rō whānau -- Chapter 3: Structural oppression and interpersonal violence | Wāhanga 3: Ko te tāmitanga ā-pūnaha me ngā whakarekereke -- Chapter 4: The way society thinks about social problems frames the way the system responds | Wāhanga 4: Ko ngā ia whakaaro o te porihanga mō ngā mate pāpori ka whakahāngai i ngā urupare ā-pūnaha -- Chapter 5: Reframing prevention, early intervention and the role of communities | Wāhanga 5: Ko te whai whakaaro hou ki ngā mahi aukati, te uru wawe atu me te wāhi hoki ki ngā hapori -- Recommendations | Ngā tūtohinga -- Appendix 1: The Committee’s data collection process | Āpitihanga 1: Ko te hātepe kohikohi raraunga a te Komiti
Summary: "The Family Violence Death Review Committee’s (the Committee’s) Sixth report provides an overview of the lives of 97 men who used violence against their intimate partners between 2009 and 2017, as captured in the Committee’s database... This report provides an overview of the men in the Committee’s intimate partner violence data set in terms of their use of violence and the path they have followed in developing this behaviour. From our analysis, we have aimed to reframe men’s use of violence and place it in the context of Aotearoa New Zealand. We have explored men’s use of violence within the whānau or family, challenging the dominant cultural expectations of men as fathers. As well as considering the interaction between structural and interpersonal violence, we look at the experience of partner violence among ethnic migrant communities in Aotearoa New Zealand, recognising that it is necessary to understand the context of men’s use of violence in order to adequately address that violence. Finally, the Committee aims to reframe prevention, early intervention and the role of communities by focusing on the need to decolonise institutions and develop social responses to a significant social problem." (From the Executive summary). Record #6608
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Acknowledgements | He mihi -- Support available | Hei tautoko -- Family Violence Death Review Committee members | Te Komiti Arotake Mate Whakarekereke Whānau -- Glossary | Te kuputaka -- Executive summary | Whakarāpopototanga matua -- Introduction | Kupu arataki -- Chapter 1: Reframing men’s use of violence | Wāhanga 1: Ko te whai whakaaro hou
ki ngā whakamahinga whakarekereke a ngā tāne -- Chapter 2: Men’s use of violence within the whānau or family | Wāhanga 2: Ko te whakamahi whakarekereke a ngā tāne ki rō whānau --
Chapter 3: Structural oppression and interpersonal violence | Wāhanga 3: Ko te tāmitanga ā-pūnaha me ngā whakarekereke -- Chapter 4: The way society thinks about social problems frames the way the system responds | Wāhanga 4: Ko ngā ia whakaaro o te porihanga mō ngā mate pāpori ka whakahāngai i ngā urupare ā-pūnaha -- Chapter 5: Reframing prevention, early intervention and the role of communities | Wāhanga 5: Ko te whai whakaaro hou ki ngā mahi aukati, te uru wawe atu me te wāhi hoki ki ngā hapori -- Recommendations | Ngā tūtohinga -- Appendix 1: The Committee’s data collection process | Āpitihanga 1: Ko te hātepe kohikohi raraunga a te Komiti

"The Family Violence Death Review Committee’s (the Committee’s) Sixth report provides an overview of the lives of 97 men who used violence against their intimate partners between 2009 and 2017, as captured in the Committee’s database...

This report provides an overview of the men in the Committee’s intimate partner violence data set in terms of their use of violence and the path they have followed in developing this behaviour. From our analysis, we have aimed to reframe men’s use of violence and place it in the context of Aotearoa New Zealand. We have explored men’s use of violence within the whānau or family, challenging the dominant cultural expectations of men as fathers. As well as considering the interaction between structural and interpersonal violence, we look at the experience of partner violence among ethnic migrant communities in Aotearoa New Zealand,
recognising that it is necessary to understand the context of men’s use of violence in order to adequately address that violence. Finally, the Committee aims to reframe prevention, early intervention and the role of communities by focusing on the need to decolonise institutions and develop social responses to a significant social problem." (From the Executive summary). Record #6608

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