Jan Breckenridge, Ph.D.
Dr. Jan Breckenridge is an Associate Professor and Acting Head of the School of Social Sciences, and the Co-Convener of the University of New South Wales Gendered Violence Research Network. Her research is oriented towards maximum impact in innovative social policy development, service provision and outcome measurement of effectiveness. She leads an evidence informed knowledge-exchange stream ‘Gendered Violence and Organisations’ which provides expert advice to government, private and third sector organisations on best practice policies and organisational response to employees and the management of customers affected by domestic and family violence, sexual assault and sexual harassment.
Dr. Breckenridge's recent publications include:
- Smyth, C., Cortis, N., Cama, E., Giuntoli, G., Breckenridge, J., & Valentine, K. (2020). Evaluation of 1800RESPECT -Final Report.
- MacGinley, M,. Breckenridge, J, & Mowll, J. (2019). A scoping review of adult survivors' experiences of shame following sexual abuse in childhood. Health Soc Care Community.
- McGrory, J., Breckenridge, J., & Mowll, J. (2019). Women who use alcohol and other drugs during pregnancy: exploring the complexity of client engagement and their compliance with human service expectations. Journal of Social Work Practice.
- Jops, P., Lenette, C., & Breckenridge, J. (2019). Lessons of Survival: Exploring the Social Networks and Coping Mechanisms of Chin Refugee Women in Delhi', Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies
- Yang, T., Poon, A. W. C., & Breckenridge, J. (2019). Estimating the Prevalence of Intimate Partner Violence in Mainland China – Insights and Challenges. Journal of Family Violence, 34(1), 93-105.
- Breckenridge, J., Yang, T., & Poon, A. W. C. (2019). Is gender important? Victimisation and perpetration of intimate partner violence in mainland China. Health and Social Care in the Community, 27(1), 31-42.