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This course will provide substantive content on the dynamics of family violence across three forms of violence including child abuse and neglect, intimate partner violence and elder abuse. Specialist law provides the means through which family violence concerns can be addressed by the State. Both voluntary and statutory responses are used in response to family violence. This course provides a broad overview of the ways in which the family and the state attempt to address the issue of family violence. Students will be introduced to research and literature pertaining to family violence from an international and New Zealand perspective and will use this to critique how family violence is both framed and responded to. The course utilises a blended learning format.
Demonstrate an understanding of theory and research in family violence from both Indigenous and non-indigenous perspectives.Identify the social, cultural and historical factors that have influenced the occurrence of, and responses to, family violence.Compare and contrast the individual, family and community risk and protective factors for various forms of family violence.Articulate the relevance of theory, legislation, international conventions, and policy to the family violence context
Any 15 points at 100 level in HSRV or SOWK, orany 60 points at 100 level from the Schedule V of the BA or from Schedule C or E of the BCJ.
There is no text book for the course. Readings relevant to the course will be placed on Learn.
Domestic fee $821.00
International fee $3,750.00
* All fees are inclusive of NZ GST or any equivalent overseas tax, and do not include any programme level discount or additional course-related expenses.
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Language, Social and Political Sciences