2019, English, Book, Government publication edition: Understanding the attitudes and motivations of adults who engage in image-based abuse [electronic resource] / Social Research Centre. Social Research Centre (North Melbourne, Vic.)

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Physical Description
  • 1 electronic text ([vi], 78 p.) : PDF file.
Published
  • [Melbourne, Vic.] : eSafety Commissioner, 2019.
Language
  • English

Edition details

Title
  • Understanding the attitudes and motivations of adults who engage in image-based abuse /​ Social Research Centre.
Author
  • Social Research Centre (North Melbourne, Vic.)
Other Authors
  • Mortreux, Colette.
  • Kellard, Karen.
  • Henry, Nicola.
  • Flynn, Asher.
  • Australia. Office of the eSafety Commissioner
Published
  • [Melbourne, Vic.] : eSafety Commissioner, 2019.
Medium
  • [electronic resource]
Physical Description
  • 1 electronic text ([vi], 78 p.) : PDF file.
Subjects
Summary
  • This report explores the beliefs, motivations and attitudes of adults who have engaged in image-based abuse (IBA) and the range and efficacy of current interventions. Included here is relationship-based abuse, on-sharing intimate images, child exploitation, and taking images of strangers. It investigates why individuals decide to non-consensually capture, distribute or threaten to distribute intimate images; reviews therapeutic intervention programs in Australia that treat, educate or support perpetrators; and looks at front-line professionals' awareness and understanding of IBA behaviour and their views of the efficacy of current therapeutic programs in reducing recidivism. Interviews were conducted with 16 perpetrators and 12 front-line professionals including police, defence lawyers, forensic psychologists, and men's behaviour change program facilitators. The study found that perpetrators demonstrate little remorse and downplay their actions, and many considered sharing images commonplace or were unaware it was against the law. The findings highlight the need for more action to disrupt the normalising culture around image-based abuse and the importance of improving the 'visibility' of IBA in assessment, referral and intervention pathways.
Notes
  • "12 September 2019"--Cover page.
  • "Version: 1.2 (17/​04/​19)"
  • "Report prepared for: eSafety Commissioner ; Report prepared by: Colette Mortreux (SRC), Karen Kellard (SRC), Nicola Henry (RMIT) and Asher Flynn (Monash University)."--P. [iv]
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. 60-61)
Technical Details
  • Mode of access: via the internet.
Language
  • English
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