The focus of this summary report is foremost on the findings of a cross-national survey conducted in 2019. In total, there were 6,109 respondents aged 16 to 64 years across Australia (n=2,054), New Zealand (n=2,027) and the United Kingdom (n=2,028). This 2020 report describes the key findings of a cross- national survey into image-based sexual abuse. This is a follow-up study to our 2016 Australian survey and extends the research to New Zealand and the United Kingdom. It provides data on respondents’ experiences of image- based sexual abuse victimisation as well as self-disclosed perpetration behaviours. At the time of writing, this research is the first cross-national survey into victimisation and perpetration of image-based sexual abuse. This summary report is supported by an Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Grant (Revenge Pornography: The Prevalence and Nature of Non-Consensual Imagery and the Implications for Law Reform, DP170101433).
|Publisher||Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology|
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
- image-based abuse
- revenge pornography
- image-based sexual abuse