About the Author
Suzanne Franzway is Emeritus Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies at the University of South Australia. Her research focusses on sexual politics, greedy institutions, gendered violence and citizenship, and epistemologies of ignorance. She is a scholar activist in the area of women and work, serving on NGOs and is founding member of the UNESCO Women's Studies and Gender Studies Research Network.Nicole Moulding is a Professor of Social Work with research and teaching interests in gendered violence and mental health at the University of South Australia. Prior to moving into academia, she worked as a social worker in women's health. Sarah Wendt is Professor of Social Work at the Flinders University and has been researching and publishing on violence against women and social work practice for over a decade. Prior to academia Sarah practiced as a social worker in the field of domestic violence.Carole Zufferey is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy at the University of South Australia. She has been researching gendered violence and homelessness for over two decades. Prior to being an academic, she was a social work practitioner in diverse practice contexts, in rural and urban locations, in Australia and the UK. Donna Chung is Professor of Social Work at Curtin University. Her research interest in gendered violence has involved a number of national studies in Australia and the UK. She has worked as a consultant for governments on domestic and family violence policy and is an invited member of a number government and non-government committees involved with ending men's violence.