Australian Bureau of Statistics
4529.0.00.002 - Bridging the data gaps for family, domestic and sexual violence, 2013
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APPENDIX 1 - PROJECT METHODOLOGY: THE PRIORITY QUESTIONS
The five key areas of interest were identified from these questions:
To determine the priority ranking of the questions, a variety of government agencies and NGOs were consulted to assess the questions in terms of importance, frequency and level of geographic need. The 38 questions were separated into three tiers, with the first tier representing questions of critical importance. The first tier comprised 12 questions related to prevalence and incidence, effective service provider response and support mechanisms for individuals who have experienced family, domestic and sexual violence. An examination of the first tier priority questions highlighted the interrelationships between concepts and data items required to build an evidence base. It also highlighted the primary focus on women and children. The process of refining the questions is summarised in Table 5.
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