Dr Jamilla Rosdahl This presentation explores the relationship between gender and the expression of coercive control in the context of domestic and family violence in Australia. It highlights how gender dynamics contribute to patterns of abusive behaviour which shape men’s control over women in intimate relationships. View Slides
with Mr Clowry Kennell & Ms Cathy Boman
with Ms Lyn Anderson & Ms Bernadette Anderson
with Sgt Jade Taylor
with Ms Cheryl Ellery & Ms Donna Enders
Professor Lori Sudderth (Quinnipac University) joined Associate Professor Annabel Taylor and Dr Heather Lovatt (QCDFVR / CQUniversity) for an 'in-conversation' about safety planning at the recent Queensland Gendered Violence Practitioner Forum hosted in Brisbane (in November, 2017).
We invite you to enjoy an overview of our highlights from 2017; including flagship events, student projects, and ongoing research efforts. Many thanks to our friends, frontline practitioners and stakeholders for their ongoing support!
Delegates from the forum were asked one of the following questions: What is the best thing about being a practitioner in the gendered violence field? What advice would you give new practitioners in the gendered violence field?
Associate Professor Annabel Taylor, Director of Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research (QCDFVR) announces the birthday celebration of the centre and its achievements since inception.
When the internet becomes a weapon in DFV – looking into the relationship between sexting, revenge porn and stalking
Dr Marika Guggisberg Dr Guggisberg joined CQU in February 2017. She has an undergraduate degree (Honours) in Psychology and a Masters in Criminology. The internet is part of our daily lives and can be a great tool to assist victims of Domestic and Family Violence (DFV). For example, websites such as QCDFVR’s (www.noviolence.org.au) connect [...]