The Children and technology-facilitated abuse in  domestic and family violence situations (2019-2020) study is complete. Study outputs include:
 

Presentations

  • Dragiewicz, M. How Children are Involved in Technology-Facilitated Coercive Control. Keynote address. The International Coercive Control Conference. 6:00 PM EST- 7:15 PM EST 13 October 2022 https://theccc.international/

  • Dragiewicz, M. How Children are Involved in Technology-Facilitated Coercive Control. Keynote address. Children’s Knowing Agency in Private, Multiprofessional and Societal Settings – the Case of Parental Stalking (CAPS). 7 October 2022 https://www.ulapland.fi/EN/Webpages/CAPS-(2017-2022)

  • Dragiewicz, M. How Children are Involved in Technology-Facilitated Coercive Control. Technology Safety Summit, WESNET. 21 September 2022.

  • Dragiewicz, M. How Children and Technology-Facilitated Abuse in domestic and Family Violence. Plenary address. Domestic and Family Violence Hurts Kids Too Symposium, Children’s Health Queensland. 18 May 2022.

  • Dragiewicz, M. How Children are Involved in Technology-Facilitated Coercive Control. Queensland Magistrates Courts Service. Department of Justice and Attorney-General. 11 November 2021.

  • Dragiewicz, M. How Children are Involved in Technology-Facilitated Coercive Control. Gold Coast Domestic Violence Interagency Group, Gold Coast Domestic Violence Integrated Response. 23 September 2021.

  • Dragiewicz, M. How Children are Involved in Technology-Facilitated Coercive Control. European Conference on Domestic Violence. 13 September 2021.

  • Dragiewicz, M. Keynote Address. How Children are Involved in Technology-Facilitated Coercive Control. Pan-Canadian conference- Domestic Violence and Help-Seeking Pathways: Understanding, Taking Action, and Committing to Ending Violence Against Women. Colloque Trajveti. 8 September 2021.

  • Dragiewicz, M. How Children are Involved in Technology-Facilitated Coercive Control. Women’s Legal Service Continuing Legal Education webinar. 18 August 2021.

  • Dragiewicz, M. Plenary Address. British Society of Criminology. How Children are Involved in Technology-Facilitated Coercive Control. 8 July 2021.

  • Dragiewicz, M. How Children are Involved in Technology-Facilitated Coercive Control. NARIKA webinar - Technology & Domestic Abuse: Awareness and Empowerment. 8/9 April, 2021. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7hd4Zblvnw

The research team is currently drafting other publications based on the study data.

For more information contact m.dragiewicz@griffith.edu.au

This research was commissioned by the Commonwealth of Australia, eSafety Commission

 

Research team

  • Molly Dragiewicz, Griffith University

  • Patrick O'Leary, Griffith University

  • Christine Bond, Griffith University

  • Jeffrey Ackerman, Griffith University

  • Ernest Foo, Griffith University

  • Amy Young,  Griffith University

  • Claire Reid, Griffith University

 

Community partners:

  • Women's Legal Service Queensland

  • Carinity