The Resource It's not just part of the culture : profiles of and report on Indigenous family violence government and non-government programs and services, prepared for ATSIC : ACIL Tasman in association with IPS Indigenous Psychological Services

It's not just part of the culture : profiles of and report on Indigenous family violence government and non-government programs and services, prepared for ATSIC : ACIL Tasman in association with IPS Indigenous Psychological Services

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It's not just part of the culture : profiles of and report on Indigenous family violence government and non-government programs and services
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It's not just part of the culture
Title remainder
profiles of and report on Indigenous family violence government and non-government programs and services
Statement of responsibility
prepared for ATSIC : ACIL Tasman in association with IPS Indigenous Psychological Services
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Language
eng
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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It's not just part of the culture : profiles of and report on Indigenous family violence government and non-government programs and services, prepared for ATSIC : ACIL Tasman in association with IPS Indigenous Psychological Services
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Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "July 2003"
Bibliography note
Bibliography : leaves A1-A12
Contents
Summary, conclusions and recommendations : our approach; Conclusions: The basis for intervention; Cultural and universal rights; The causes of Indigenous family violence; Features of interventions that doom them to failure; Five features characterising effective intervention -- Introduction: approach to meeting the terms of reference; The analytical framework for this consultancy; Structure of this report -- Register of programs and services : developments across Australia with programs: Commonwealth; NSW; Victoria; Queensland; Western Australia; South Australia; Tasmania; Northern Territory; ACT; Nature of the data collection process; Contents of the database: jurisdiction coverage; programs and services targeting victims and perpetrators; Indigenous-specific programs, services and projects; Government and non-government delivery; Objectives of programs and servics -- The economics of family violence: economic questions; "cost to society" studies; Economic insights on intervention; Recognising trade-offs; Becker and the economics of altruism; The "ecological" approach; Total intervention?; Rules for government intervention; Cultural versus universal rights; Other economic evaluation factors; The economic perspective in summary -- Factors influencing the extent of family violence in Indigenous communities : methodologically inadequate research; The underlying cultural causes of family violence: the socio-historical context - the impact of the stolen generations; Intergenerational effects of trauma; Social and cultural change as contributors to stress; Situational factors as explanations for rates of family violence: alcohol usage and its relationship to culture, violence normalisation: when violence and abuse is a way of life, maladaptive coping styles and reinforcement of these, the role of child rearing practices, impulse control, imitation and observation; Precipitating causes of violence: payback as a traditional method of retribution, distinguishing between payback and family violence, promised relationships and jealousy, breakdown of the male role; Conclusions on the causes of Indigenous family violence -- Deficiencies in government programs addressing violence : evidence from government reports and strategies; Preventive and reactive services; Clinical and cultural skills; Mainstream and Indigenous specific programs; Inequality of access to services; Research findings; Program evaluation - Good practice : good practice according to governments; Research and evaluation of good practice; What is good practice? : cultural and clinical competencies; Good practice described; Examples of good practice: Community development program to moderate violent behaviour; Family Violence Prevention Legal Services Program; The Graham ("Polly") Farmer Foundation; Traditional Credit Union Limited; Aboriginal community patrols -- Conclusions and recommendations : Our approach; Conclusions: the basis for intervention; Cultural and universal rights; The causes of Indigenous family violence; Features of interventions that doom them to failure; Five features characterising effective intervention -- Appendices: A References; B: Reference Group for Indigenous Family Violence Desktop Audit - membership; C. Information gathering. D. The Cultural Competence Continuum for assessment. E. Community development program to moderate violent behaviour. F. The "Polly" Farmer Foundation; G. Traditional Credit Union. H. Aboriginal community patrols. I. Purposes and objectives of programs, services and projects: a selection
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
xiv, 104, [51] leaves
Immediate source of acquisition
Donated from Jon Altman collection
Other physical details
ill.
Label
It's not just part of the culture : profiles of and report on Indigenous family violence government and non-government programs and services, prepared for ATSIC : ACIL Tasman in association with IPS Indigenous Psychological Services
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "July 2003"
Bibliography note
Bibliography : leaves A1-A12
Contents
Summary, conclusions and recommendations : our approach; Conclusions: The basis for intervention; Cultural and universal rights; The causes of Indigenous family violence; Features of interventions that doom them to failure; Five features characterising effective intervention -- Introduction: approach to meeting the terms of reference; The analytical framework for this consultancy; Structure of this report -- Register of programs and services : developments across Australia with programs: Commonwealth; NSW; Victoria; Queensland; Western Australia; South Australia; Tasmania; Northern Territory; ACT; Nature of the data collection process; Contents of the database: jurisdiction coverage; programs and services targeting victims and perpetrators; Indigenous-specific programs, services and projects; Government and non-government delivery; Objectives of programs and servics -- The economics of family violence: economic questions; "cost to society" studies; Economic insights on intervention; Recognising trade-offs; Becker and the economics of altruism; The "ecological" approach; Total intervention?; Rules for government intervention; Cultural versus universal rights; Other economic evaluation factors; The economic perspective in summary -- Factors influencing the extent of family violence in Indigenous communities : methodologically inadequate research; The underlying cultural causes of family violence: the socio-historical context - the impact of the stolen generations; Intergenerational effects of trauma; Social and cultural change as contributors to stress; Situational factors as explanations for rates of family violence: alcohol usage and its relationship to culture, violence normalisation: when violence and abuse is a way of life, maladaptive coping styles and reinforcement of these, the role of child rearing practices, impulse control, imitation and observation; Precipitating causes of violence: payback as a traditional method of retribution, distinguishing between payback and family violence, promised relationships and jealousy, breakdown of the male role; Conclusions on the causes of Indigenous family violence -- Deficiencies in government programs addressing violence : evidence from government reports and strategies; Preventive and reactive services; Clinical and cultural skills; Mainstream and Indigenous specific programs; Inequality of access to services; Research findings; Program evaluation - Good practice : good practice according to governments; Research and evaluation of good practice; What is good practice? : cultural and clinical competencies; Good practice described; Examples of good practice: Community development program to moderate violent behaviour; Family Violence Prevention Legal Services Program; The Graham ("Polly") Farmer Foundation; Traditional Credit Union Limited; Aboriginal community patrols -- Conclusions and recommendations : Our approach; Conclusions: the basis for intervention; Cultural and universal rights; The causes of Indigenous family violence; Features of interventions that doom them to failure; Five features characterising effective intervention -- Appendices: A References; B: Reference Group for Indigenous Family Violence Desktop Audit - membership; C. Information gathering. D. The Cultural Competence Continuum for assessment. E. Community development program to moderate violent behaviour. F. The "Polly" Farmer Foundation; G. Traditional Credit Union. H. Aboriginal community patrols. I. Purposes and objectives of programs, services and projects: a selection
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
xiv, 104, [51] leaves
Immediate source of acquisition
Donated from Jon Altman collection
Other physical details
ill.

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