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This paper explores differences between two types of illicit drug users (heroin users and non-heroin users) in relation to injecting risk behaviours, self-reported mental health, driving and crime.
Key findingsParticipants were divided into two groups based on recent heroin use: heroin...
More than one million Australian children are affected by domestic violence, according to the Personal Safety Survey (Australian Bureau of Statistics 2006). More than two decades of international research definitively shows that infants, children and adolescents experience serious negative psychological, emotional, social, and developmental impacts...
• The provision of compensation is now seen to represent good practice as part of a broader legal response to domestic violence. Compensation can assist women to deal with the aftermath of violence at both a practical and symbolic level.
• All eight Australian...
This paper provides analysis of trends over time in the availability and type of substances sold via the internet to Australia.
Key finding:The number of retailers on the Silk Road increased (from 282 at time 1 to 374 at the last...
The Young People and Sexting in Australia report presents the findings of a qualitative study of young people’s understandings of, and responses to, current Australian laws, media and educational resources that address sexting.