Domestic and family violence and parenting: Mixed method insights into impact and support needs: Final report
The Domestic and Family Violence and Parenting program is an extensive mixed method project that examines the impact of inter-parental conflict (IPC) and domestic and family violence (DFV) on parenting and parent-child relationships.
It makes a unique contribution by bringing together evidence on a diversity of Australian populations, life-course stages, and experiences of IPC and DFV. The research captures the experiences and impacts on fathers, mothers, and children at varying ages and stages of development and independence. This has enabled identification of important issues that are shared or differ across gender and family structure. The results illustrate the impacts of IPC and DFV that affect a large number of families, as well as the experiences of those who have undergone highly challenging and traumatic circumstances.
This work is part of the ANROWS Horizons series. ANROWS Horizons (Research reports) are in-depth reports on empirical research produced under ANROWS’s research program.
DR RAE KASPIEW
DR BRIONY HORSFALL
DR LIXIA QU
PROFESSOR JAN M. NICHOLSON
PROFESSOR CATHY HUMPHREYS
DR KRISTIN DIEMER
DR CATTRAM D. NGUYEN
DR FIONA BUCHANAN
DR LEESA HOOKER
PROFESSOR ANGELA TAFT
DR ELIZABETH M. WESTRUPP
DR AMANDA R. COOKIN
ISBN: 978-1-925372-58-8 (print) 978-1-925372-59-5 (online)
Kaspiew, R., Horsfall, B., Qu, L., Nicholson, J. M., Humphreys, C., Diemer, K., … Dunstan, J. (2017). Domestic and family violence and parenting: Mixed method insights into impact and support needs: Final report (ANROWS Horizons 04/2017). Sydney: ANROWS.