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Michael Flood


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01 Aug 2017

Universities in Australia have a serious problem with sexual assault and sexual harassment. The Australian Human Rights Commission’s survey, released today, documents that large numbers of students have experienced sexual assault and harassment.

This is no surprise. National and...

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15 Jun 2017

There is heightened interest among organisations in engaging men in the gender equality change process. After all, how can we drive change if we leave half the population out of the discussion?

But how much do we really know about the success of these initiatives and the most effective...

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Research report

24 Nov 2009

The Department engaged VicHealth to review respectful relationships education in Victorian secondary schools resulting in the Respectful Relationships Education: Violence prevention and respectful relationships education in Victorian secondary schools report. The report provides...

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25 Nov 2008

This report examines how violence against women specifically affects children and young people. It looks at the nature of violence they experience in their homes and their own relationships, its impacts, and the priorities for action if efforts to prevent violence among, and protect, young...

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26 Jul 2005

Using a large database of self-completion interviews with 24,718 respondents aged 14 and over, compiled by Roy Morgan Research, Michael Flood and Clive Hamilton identify the extent of homophobia in Australia, according to factors including location, age, gender and educational attainment. In...

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12 May 2005

Over nine million Australians travel to work each week, commuting by car, bus, train, tram, bicycle, ferry or foot. These days, more than ever before, employees are commuting for longer, in traffic that is more congested, to reach workplaces that are further away. Using data from the Household,...

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28 Feb 2005

Using national survey data, Michael Flood outlines patterns of loneliness, support and friendship and assesses who is most at risk of emotional and social isolation and who is socially supported and connected. The paper focuses on young adults aged 25 to 44, a demographic that has been neglected...

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Discussion paper

13 Mar 2003

This Discussion Paper follows on a previous one examining the extent of youth exposure to pornography and the likely effects. It examines the effectiveness of current regulatory arrangements and puts forward new proposals for minimising youth exposure to internet pornography. It also presents...

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04 Mar 2003

Three-quarters of 16 and 17 year-olds have been exposed accidentally to pornographic websites on the Internet, and two in five boys have found them deliberately, according to the Australia Institute report released on Monday. The material these teenagers are seeing is often violent and extreme,...

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Discussion paper

04 Mar 2003

The current regulatory system for protecting children from Internet porography is failing, according to Michael Flood and Clive Hamilton. They argue for school pornography education, mandatory filtering of content by service providers (with an adult "opt-out" option), and online strategies to...

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