Technology facilitated coercive control – AIFS Practice guide
This practice guide describes the research evidence on technology-facilitated coercive control (TFCC). It covers:
- what TFCC is
- strategies used by perpetrators
- the interaction between face-to-face and technology-facilitated strategies of coercive control
- client groups who may be at an elevated risk of TFCC victimisation
- the impacts of experiencing TFCC
- risks of expecting victim-survivors to stop using technology
- tips for supporting clients who may be experiencing TFCC.
To access guide click on: Technology-facilitated coercive control | Australian Institute of Family Studies (aifs.gov.au)
Citation: MacDonald, J. B, Truong, M., Willoughby, M., & March, E. (2023). Technology-facilitated coercive control (Practice Guide). Melbourne: Child Family Community Australia, Australian Institute of Family Studies.
Coercive control literature review: final report – AIFS
Beckwith, S., Lowe, L., Wall, L., Stevens, E., Carson, R., Kaspiew, R., MacDonald, J.B., McEwen, J. and Willoughby, M. (2023) Melbourne: Child Family Community Australia, Australian Institute of Family Studies.
To access report click on: AIFS Paper: Coercive control literature review (apo.org.au)