Domestic Violence: A Global View

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INDEX
A School-based Anti-violence Program (ASAP), Canada, 20
Aboriginal women (Australia): domestic violence, 3–4; and legal system, 5, 7. See also Indigenous community
Aboriginal women (Canada), family violence, 16
Abusers: Canadian treatment of, 21; three types of, 179
Action Plan Against Domestic Violence (1998), Spain, 150
Action Plan of 1999, Germany, 45
Advice Desk for Abused Women, South Africa, 128
Age, risk factor, 16, 27, 174
AID/HIV, Thailand, 158
Albright, Madeline, 105, 106
Alcohol abuse, contributing factor, 4, 17, 43, 104, 164, 177
Ancillary Orders, Jamaica, 74
Anderson, Wanni Wibulswasdi, 160
Anomie, 103
Apprehended Violence Orders, Australia, 5–6
Assault history, risk factors, 27
Association Differenza Donna, Italy, 63– 64, 65–66
Association for Non-violent Communication, Slovenia, 122
Association of Chief Probation Offices (England/Wales), position statement, 32, 33
Asylums, in Slovenia, 120–121, 123
Attention Service to Domestic Violence (SAVD), Spain, 150
Augsburg, judicial model program, 47
Australian domestic violence: contributing factors, xiii, 4; current trends, 3– 4; perception of, 1–3, 10; responses to, 5–9, 10, under-reporting of, 4
Australian Law Reform Commission report, 3, lln.14
Awareness of Domestic and Family Violence in the Diverse Australian Community, 1–2, 4
Baden-Württemberg, Home Expulsion Project, 48
B&Z Papilot, Slovenia, 120, 121–122, 123

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Contents viii
  • Series Foreword ix
  • Introduction xi
  • 1: Australia 1
  • 2: Canada 13
  • 3: England and Wales 25
  • 4: Germany 39
  • 5: Italy 55
  • 6: Jamaica 69
  • 7: Japan 83
  • 8: Russia 97
  • 9: Slovenia 111
  • 10: South Africa 125
  • 11: Spain 143
  • 12: Thailand 155
  • 13: United States 169
  • Index 185
  • About the Editors and Contributors 195
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