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Endnotes and References - Australian Institute of Family Studies

Endnotes and References - Australian Institute of Family Studies

Endnotes and References - Australian Institute of Family

12 Endnotes 1 There is also the issue of terminology. Studies define “sexual assault” in various ways to accord with particular research aims and design. Some may rely on the legal definitions of state and territory jurisdictions, while others employ broader definitions that capture a wider range of experiences. In this paper, the terms sexual assault, sexual abuse and sexual violence are used interchangeably, except where reference is made to particular studies. In these instances, the terminology used by the researchers/authors is retained. 2 The phrase “victim/survivor” is widely used in the sexual assault field. The term “victim” recognises the realities of sexual assault and implies a rejection of norms that have often positioned victims as deserving of, or complicit in, offences committed against them. The term “survivor” denotes respect for the courage and strength of those who have experienced sexual assault. 3 Currently there is no research documenting the prevalence of sexual assault experienced by men from non-English-speaking backgrounds. 4 Weeks (2002) documents a range of effective approaches, programs and initiatives undertaken by services and communities that attempt to enhance access and equity practices across Australian services against sexual assault. 5 Sex industry work, sex work and prostitution are used interchangeably in this paper to denote the exchange of sexual services for money or goods. However, terms such as “street work”, “brothel work” or “escort work” are used to refer to specific contexts in which sex work occurs. 6 The restrictions on public soliciting, or street walking, often forces sex industry workers into back alleys, or to minimise preliminary negotiations with, and assessments of, clients who approach them in cars (Treleaven 1995). ACSSA BRIEFING NO.1 SEPTEMBER 2003

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