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Researchers at Deakin University investigating Alcohol/Drug-Involved Family Violence in Australia surveyed a representative sample of 5,118 Australians and found that males accounted for between 11% and 37% of victims in incidents attended by police, 24% of intimate partner violence victims and 34% of family violence victims in the panel survey.It also found that "there were no significant differences in the proportion of male and female respondents classified as engaging in no, low, and high Coercive Controlling Behaviours (ps showed that males made up between 20% (one in five) and 32% (one in three) reported victims of family and domestic violence-related assault, depending on the state or territory surveyed.When reading the following quantitative statistics it should be remembered that family violence is extremely complex and doesn't just boil down to ‘who does what to whom and how badly’.There was no statistically significant difference between fathers and mothers in the frequency of reporting having often felt fearful after experiencing physical violence or emotional abuse since separation, and fathers were statistically significantly more likely than mothers to report having often felt controlled or coerced after experiencing physical violence or emotional abuse since separation.Female violence was more common than male violence, with 76 women (20%) and 34 men (9%) reported to have been violent. Kaspiew, R., Carson, R., Dunstan, J., De Maio, J., Moore, S., Moloney, L. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.. Retrieved November 22nd, 2015, from https://au/sites/default/files/publication-documents/efva-esps_0 Australian Bureau of Statistics (2015), Recorded Crime - Victims, Australia, 2014, cat no 4510.0, ABS, Canberra.There was a significant association between female and male violence. Retrieved July 1st, 2016 from Subject/4510.0~2014~Main Features~Experimental Family and Domestic Violence Statistics~10000. All rights reserved.                    SOCIAL LINKS:   Twitter      Facebook      You Tube In order to carry out our aim of raising public awareness of the existence and needs of male victims of family violence, the One in Three Campaign encourages all media, whether mainstream media, websites, blogs or social media, to widely share our material with attribution.It is time to care for all those in need, whether male or female. I had to work long shifts and often when I came home, I’d find my wife had left the children (the youngest was only a few months) and had gone down to the club, drinking and playing the poker machines.
Emotional abuse was reported by 84% of women and 75% of men.found that men were just as likely to report being physically assaulted by their partners as women. The voice answering the phone at the Rape Crisis Centre said, 'Only women are abused'. She seemed to listen to my stammering for a few minutes and then while scribbling asked, ‘What are you doing to make her behave that way?
Overall, for the 5 states and territories surveyed (SA, NT, WA, ACT, NSW), males made up 28.3% of victims (almost one in three).
The Anglicare WA found that between 18 per cent and over 50 per cent of victims of domestic and family violence were male, depending on the kinds of violent and abusive behaviours surveyed.
Government Department of Communities (2009, October 9).
Domestic and family violence orders: Number and type of order by gender, Queensland, 2004-05 to 2008-09. Retrieved October 31, 2009, from Kaspiew, R., Gray, M., Weston, R., Moloney, L., Hand, K., & Qu, L.