Supporting women from CALD backgrounds who are victims/survivors of sexual violence Allimant, Annabelle and Ostapiej-Piatkowski, Beata; ACSSA Wrap, No 9, 2011, Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault; Research report; Keywords: Sexual assault; immigrant women; domestic violence; service delivery; barriers; refugee.
Cultural diversity and the mistreatment of older people in black and
minority ethnic communities: some implications for service provision
Alison, Avin, Ghizala and Sherry Bien Macintosh;Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect, 2012, Vol. 24, Issue 3, pp. 251-274; Journal
article; Keywords: Elder abuse; domestic violence; ethnic; BME; cultural
Domestic violence against migrant women in South
Korea: addressing the needs of a uniquely situated victim population in
domestic violence policy Choi, Ga-Young and Soo-Jung Byoun; International Social Work; October 2012; Volume 11; p 645-660; Journal article; Keywords: Domestic violence; migrant women; multicultural; South Korea
Immigrants as victims of crime and criminal
justice discourse in Australia Collins, Jock; International Review of Victimology; 2007; Vol 14; p57-79; Journal article; Keywords: Immigrant victims; fear of crime; hate crime
The construction of race and crime in Canadian print media: A 30-year analysis Collins, Rachael E.; Criminology and Criminal Justice, Published online before print February 2013, pp1-23; Keywords: Media; fear of crime; bias; race; language
Battered at home, played down in policy: Migrant women and domestic
violence in Australia
Nafiseh;Aggression and Violent Behavior, May-June 2011, Vol. 16, Issue 3, pp207-213;
Journal article; Keywords: Domestic violence; migrant women; family violence;
help-seeking behaviour; barriers.
Whom do migrant home care workers contact in the
case of work-related abuse? An exploratory study of help-seeking behaviors Green, Ohad and Liat Ayalon; Journal of Interpersonal Violence; Online before print 18 May 2015, p 1-21; Journal article; Keywords: Migrant workers; abuse; reporting behaviour; help-seeking; workplace violence
Domestic violence within refugee families:
intersecting patriarchal culture and the refugee experience James, Kerrie; The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy; (Plenary address, Thirtieth Australian Family Therapy Conference Sydney); September 2010; Vol 31; issue 3; pp275-284.; Conference paper; Keywords: Refugees; migrants; domestic violence; culture.
Indian students in Australia: victims of crime, racism or the media?
Peter and Murray Lee;20th ISANA International Education Conference, Canberra, ACT, 1 - 4
December 2009; Conference paper; Keywords: Victimisation, student, Indian,
ethnicity, race, racism, media
Involving the health care system in domestic violence: what women want Usta, Jinan, Jumana Antown, Bruce Ambuel and Marwan Khawaja;Annals of Family Medicine, May/June 2012, Volume 10, No. 3, pp213-220; Journal article; Keywords: Domestic violence; community support; Arab women; barriers; Lebanon.
Are immigrants more likely than native-born
Americans to perpetrate intimate partner violence? Vaughn, Michael G., Christopher P. Salas-Wright, Shannon Cooper-Sadlo, Brandy R. Maynard, and Matthew Larson; Journal of Interpersonal Violence; 2015, Vol. 30, No. 11, p 1888-1904; Keywords: Immigrant; intimate partner violence; IPV; ethnicity; domestic violence
Lifecourse experiences of intimate partner
violence and help-seeking among Filipina, Indian, and Pakistani women: Implications
for justice system responsesYoshihama, Mieko, Deborah Bybee, Chic Dabby and
Juliane Blazevski; U.S. Department of
Justice, NCJRS, October 2011; Research Report; Keywords: Help-seeking; IPV;
Intimate Partner Violence; Asian
communities; criminal justice system