Nafiseh Ghafournia

Faculty of Education and Social Work, The University of Sydney,

University of Sydney

Sydney, NC NSW 2006

Australia

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Scholarly Papers (3)

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Spouse Sponsorship Policies: Focus on Serial Sponsors

Nafiseh Ghafournia and Patricia Easteal, ‘Spouse Sponsorship Policies: Focus on Serial Sponsors,’ Laws 6, 24; doi:10.3390/laws6040024.
Number of pages: 13 Posted: 03 Nov 2017
Nafiseh Ghafournia and Patricia L. Easteal
Faculty of Education and Social Work, The University of Sydney, and University of Canberra - School of Law and Justice
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serial spouse sponsorship, domestic violence, intimate partner violence, immigration policy

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Help-Seeking Experiences of Immigrant Domestic Violence Survivors in Australia: A Snapshot of Muslim Survivors

Nafiseh Ghafournia and Patricia Easteal (2019) Help-Seeking Experiences of Immigrant Domestic Violence Survivors in Australia: A Snapshot of Muslim Survivors, Journal of Interpersonal Violence DOI:10.1177/0886260519863722
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 26 Jul 2019
Nafiseh Ghafournia and Patricia L. Easteal
Faculty of Education and Social Work, The University of Sydney, and University of Canberra - School of Law and Justice
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cultural contexts, battered women, domestic violence, disclosure of domestic violence, perceptions of domestic violence, Muslim immigrant women

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Are Immigrant Women Visible in Australian Domestic Violence Reports that Potentially Influence Policy?

Nafiseh Ghafournia and Patricia Easteal, ‘Invisibility of Immigrant women in Domestic Violence Policy in Australia’ Laws 7(4), 32, 2018; DOI/10.3390/laws7040032
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 11 Oct 2018
Nafiseh Ghafournia and Patricia L. Easteal
Faculty of Education and Social Work, The University of Sydney, and University of Canberra - School of Law and Justice
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domestic violence; immigrant; refugee; CALD; domestic violence policies; intersectionality; Australia