Patrick Parkinson

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Patrick Parkinson

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Research report

19 Jun 2017

The purpose of this research was to establish a means of differentiating between types of institutions in terms of level of risk of child sexual abuse according to the characteristics of the institution and the kinds of activities that it organises. It draws on the existing research concerning...

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29 Aug 2016

Children and young people who have been sexually abused sometimes disclose that abuse soon after the event or events occurred, or at least later during childhood. However, many children and young people do not tell anyone about the abuse until decades later, long after they reach adulthood. An...

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Research report

6 Sep 2011

The wellbeing of many children had deteriorated in the past 10 to 15 years.

For very good reasons, Australians of all ages, backgrounds and political persuasions are concerned about the environment. What we do now in terms of looking after the environment will affect the nation...

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19 Jun 2009

The Anglican Church has released a report into past cases of child sex abuse within the church in Australia.

University of Sydney researchers examined 191 incidents involving 17 dioceses across the country between 1990 and 2008.

The study shows boys aged between 10 and...

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13 Mar 2003

Drawing on data from Wave 1 of the Household Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey, this paper explores patterns of contact between non-resident fathers and their children - including patterns of day-only contact. It also examines the impact of re-partnering on contact and...

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