Working Alongside People with Intellectual and Learning Disabilities

Domestic Violence Research

 

Chenoweth. L. (1993) Invisible Acts: Violence Against Women with Disabilities, http://www.wwda.org.au/chenoweth1.htm.


Frohmader 2010, ‘Submission to the Australian Government Consultation Paper: Family Violence – Improving Legal Frameworks’, Women With Disabilities Australia, http://www.wwda.org.au/WWDASubFVL2010.pdf.


Laing. L. (2010) No way to live. Women’s experiences of negotiating the family law system in the context of domestic violence. University of Sydney. 104 pgs, http://ses.library.usyd.edu.au/bitstream/2123/6255/1/No%20way%20to%20live%20final%20report.pdf.


O'Leary. T; Pratt. R; Mitchell. C. 2006, "Respect, Protect, Connect: Boyswork in the New Millennium" South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault, Victoria. http://www.livingwell.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Respect_Protect_Connect_manual.pdf


Salthouse. S., Frohmader, C. (2007-9) A Framework for Influencing Change. Responding to Violence against Women with Disabilities. The Victorian Women with Disabilities Network Advocacy Information Service (VWDNAIS). 29 pgs, http://www.wdv.org.au/documents/influencing_change_final_version.pdf


Nixon. J. (2010) ‘Domestic violence and women with disabilities: locating the issue on the periphery of social movements’, Disability & Society, Vol. 24, No. 1, pp. 77-89.


Smith, DL 2007, ‘Disability, Gender and Intimate Partner Violence: Relationships from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System’, Sexuality and Disability, 26, pp. 15-28.