Responding to Family Violence Realities is an applied multidisciplinary unit which aims to promote a deeper and more comprehensive analysis of the range of behaviours that may comprise family violence, different perspectives on the causes of and solutions to family violence and contemporary legal and other system responses to family violence. This unit has a practical application and the unit draws together academic/empirical literature, legislation, practice, policy, and problem-solving scenarios. There is a special focus throughout the unit on issues of vulnerability and diversity as well as non-stereotypical, new and emerging forms of family violence. The teaching staff for this unit have expertise in criminology, psychology and criminal law.
|Unit name||Responding to Family Violence Realities|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
Faculty of Law
Dr Caroline Spiranovic
Dr Caroline Spiranovic, Dr Jeremy Prichard, Dr David Plater, Christina Hudson, Laura Michaelson
|Available as student elective?||Yes|
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|Band||Field of Education|
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Completion of 300 pts of university study (ie 24 x 12.5pt units)
A quiz assessing knowledge of a diverse range of behaviours that would constitute family violence (worth 5%).
1,000 word maximum written submission (worth 30%) in a format appropriate to the student’s field of study (e.g. a brief or letter) – outlining and discussing the pros and cons of a legislative approach to dealing with a particular form of family violence.
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