The Body Shop® Australia's survey of community attitudes, understandings and responses to abuse in relationships 2006 : a summary of findings.Publication details: Mulgrave, Vic. : Body Shop Australia, Description: 34 p. ; 30 cmContent type:
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Bibliography: p. 34.
Background to the survey -- What is already known about relationship abuse -- Findings from The Body Shop Australia's survey -- Findings from the survey relating to young people -- Conclusions -- Summary.
"The Body Shop Australia commissioned the Research and Education Unit on Gendered Violence, University of South Australia, to develop and analyse a customer survey of knowledge ad understandings about relationship abuse. in 2006 a survey of customers was conducted in The Body Shop stores nationally ... Over 30,000 surveys were completed ... The survey asked people ... what they defined as abusive behaviour in a relationship, how widespread they thought the problem of relationship abuse was in the community, what they identified as reasons for relationship abuse, [and] where they would advise people to seek help about relationship abuse."--P. 4.