Research 1980 - present


Bligh, Vivian, ‘A study of the needs of Aboriginal women who have been raped or sexually assaulted’ in Fay Gale (ed), We are bosses ourselves:  The status of Aboriginal women today (Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1983)

Bell, Diane and Topsy Napurrala Nelson, ‘Speaking about rape is everyone's business’ (1989) 12 Women's Studies International Forum, 403-416

Bell, Diane, ‘Intraracial rape revisited: on forging a feminist future beyond factions and frightening politics’ (1991) 14 (5) Women's Studies International Forum, 385-412

Bell, Diane ‘White women can't speak?’ (1996) 6(2) Feminism and Psychology, 197-203

Greer, Pam with Jan Breckenridge, ‘They throw the rule book away:  Sexual assault in Aboriginal communities’ in Moira Carmody and Jan Breckenridge (eds), Crimes of violence: Australian responses to rape and child sexual assault (Allen & Unwin, 1992) 189-195

Huggins, Jackie et al, ‘Letter to the editor’ (1991) 14 (5) Women's Studies International Forum, 506-507.

Lloyd, Jane and Nanette Rogers, 'Crossing the Last Frontier: Problems facing Aboriginal Women Victims of Rape in Central Australia', in Patricia Easteal (ed), Without consent: confronting adult sexual violence; proceedings of a conference held, 27-29 October 1992, (Australian Institute of Criminology, 1993) 149-164.

Thomas, Carol, 'Sexual Assault: Issues for Aboriginal Women', in Patricia Easteal (ed), Without consent: confronting adult sexual violence; proceedings of a conference held, 27-29 October 1992, (Australian Institute of Criminology, 1993), 139-147.

2000 - Present

Stanley, Janet, Katie Kovacs, Adam Tomison, & Kyllie Cripps (2002). Child Abuse and Family Violence in Aboriginal Communities - Exploring Child Sexual Abuse in Western Australia. (National Child Protection Clearinghouse, 2002) - refer to Appendix 13 in Sue Gordon,Kay Hallahan and Darrell Henry, Putting the picture together: Inquiry into Response by Government Agencies to Complaints of Family Violence and Child Abuse in Aboriginal Communities (State Law Publisher, Perth, 2002)

Keel, Monique ‘Family violence and sexual assault in Indigenous communities: ‘Walking the talk’’ ACSSA Briefing (September 2004)

Cossins, Annie ‘Saints, Sluts and Sexual Assault: Rethinking the Relationship between Sex, Race and Gender’ (2003)12 Social & Legal Studies 77

Douglas, Heather ‘“She Knew What Was Expected of Her”: The White Legal System’s Encounter with Traditional Marriage’ (2005) 13 (2) Feminist Legal Studies 181

Forster, Christine, ‘The Stolen Generation and the Victims Compensation Tribunal: The 'Writing In' of Aboriginality to 'Write Out' a Right to Compensatory Redress for Sexual Assault’, 2002 (25), 1 The University of New South Wales Law Journal, 185-193

Ralph, Naomi, Kathy Hamaguchi and Marie Cox, ‘Transgenerational trauma, suicide, and healing from sexual abuse in the Kimberley Region, Australia’(2006)  4 (2) Pimatisiwin 117-136

Taylor, Natalie and Judy Putt,  Adult sexual violence in Indigenous and culturally and linguistically diverse communities in Australia,(2007) Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice no. 345

O’Brien, Wendy,  Problem Sexual Behaviour in Children: A Review of the Literature.  (Australian Crime Commission, 2008)

Cripps Kyllie and S Caroline Taylor, ‘White Man’s Law, Traditional Law, Bullshit Law: Customary Marriage Revisited’ (2009) 10 Balayi: Culture, Law and Colonialism 59

Howe, Adrian, ‘Addressing Child Sexual Assault in Australian Aboriginal Communities - The Politics of White Voice’ (2009) 30 The Australian Feminist Law Journal 41-61

Howe, Adrian, ‘R v Wunungmurra: Culture as Usual in the Courts’ (2009) 30 The Australian Feminist Law Journal 163-172

O’Brien, Wendy,  Australia's Response to Sexualised or Sexually Abusive  Behaviours in Children and Young People  (Australian Crime Commission, 2010)

Willis, Matthew, ‘Non Disclosure of violence in Indigenous communities’ (2011) Trends and Issues in Criminal Justice No 405.

McGlade, Hannah, Our Greatest Challenge: Aboriginal Children and Human Rights (AIATSIS, 2012)

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