Online Seminar – Substance Use Coercion: Contested framings in and between domestic and family violence and alcohol and other drug sectors in Australia – The Centre for Gender Violence Research

Time: Wed 26 June 2024 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Substance use coercion is a contested term that refers to tactics used by perpetrators of domestic and family violence (DFV) when they leverage their own, or their partner’s alcohol and other drug (AOD) use, as part of the broader pattern of coercive control. Yet, defining substance use coercion remains a contentious issue in the Australian context indicated by discursive tensions in and between the AOD and DFV sectors.

This seminar reports on findings from a series of workshops conducted with key stakeholders and experts from both sectors. The analysis of the workshop transcripts used qualitative thematic analysis combined with quantitative clustering of themes to look for emergent patterns in the data.

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