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Key findings and policy implications from He Koiora Matatapore | The 2019 Family Violence Study Janet L. Fanslow and Tracey McIntosh

By: Fanslow, Janet L.
Contributor(s): McIntosh, Tracey.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: University of Auckland, 2023Description: electronic document (28 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): ABUSED WOMEN | ABUSED MEN | ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES | COERCIVE CONTROL | DISABLED PEOPLE | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | ECONOMIC ABUSE | HELP SEEKING | INFOGRAPHIC | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | PHYSICAL ABUSE | PREVALENCE | PSYCHOLOGICAL ABUSE | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | SURVEYS | 2019 NZ Family Violence Study | He Koiora Matapopore | VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Download report, PDF Summary: He Koiora Matapopore | The 2019 New Zealand Family Violence Study is the second specialised study of the prevalence and consequences of violence exposure in Aotearoa New Zealand. It follows the 2003 New Zealand Violence Against Women Study. This report provides a snapshot of some study findings. It also highlights policy and practice implications for future work. Where possible we have directed recommendations to relevant government agencies. People interested in further details about the study methods and findings can look at the references provided. (From the introduction). Record #8257
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He Koiora Matapopore | The 2019 New Zealand Family Violence Study is the second specialised study of the prevalence and consequences of violence exposure in Aotearoa New Zealand. It follows the 2003 New Zealand Violence Against Women Study. This report provides a snapshot of some study findings. It also highlights
policy and practice implications for future work. Where possible we have directed recommendations to relevant government agencies. People interested in further details about the study methods and findings can look at the references provided. (From the introduction). Record #8257