EXAMINING THE JOURNEYS AND SERVICE NEEDS OF ADULT MALE SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL ABUSE IN AOTEAROA/NEW ZEALAND
This Ministry of Social Development funded research project aims to understand the journeys of men who have experienced sexual abuse, their needs, and how they have been met by services to identify good practice and/or gaps in provision in Aotearoa/New Zealand. A mixed methods design is underway that aims to capture the voices of male survivors and peer support workers using online survey, interview/focus group, and photo voice methodology.
Principal investigator: Louise Dixon
Chris Bowden, Lecturer in Education, Victoria University of Wellington (VUW)
Lynne Russell (Kāi Tahu, Ngāti Kahungunu), Senior Research Fellow, VUW
Philip Chapman, Chair of Male Survivors Aotearoa,
David Mitchell, Independent Researcher
Shane Graham (Raukawa, Ngāti Wanganui), Trustee of Male Survivors Aotearoa
WILEY-BLACKWELL EDITED BOOK SERIES:
International publishers Wiley-Blackwell have commissioned a ‘What works’ in the rehabilitation of criminal behaviour edited book series. Series Editors are Leam Craig, Louise Dixon and Stephen Wormith. Books published so far in the series are:
Craig, L.A., Dixon, L., & Gannon, T.A (Eds.). (2013). What works in offender rehabilitation: An evidence based approach to assessment and treatment. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.
Dixon, L., Perkins, D.F., Hamilton Giachritsis, C., & Craig, L.A. (2017). What works in child maltreatment: An evidence based approach to child protection. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.
Lindsay, W. L., Craig. L. A., & Griffiths, D. (2019). The Wiley handbook of what works with offenders with intellectual and developmental disabilities: An evidenced based approach to theory, assessment, and treatment. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.
Wormith, S., Craig, L.A., & Hogue, T. (Eds.). (2019). What works in violence risk management: Theory, research and practice. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell
Proulx, J., Cortoni, F., Craig, L. A., & Letourneau, E. (2020). The Wiley handbook of what works with sexual offenders: Contemporary perspectives in theory, assessment, treatment and prevention. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.