Publications

  • Recent publications

    • Crinall, K. and Laming, C., (2013) “Signs of change: Using the visual to challenge men’s violence against women” pp. 19-37 in the Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues,  vol. 16, issue 1.
    • Diemer, K., Humphreys, C., Laming, C. and Smith, J. (2013)  Researching collaborative processes in domestic violence perpetrator programs:  benchmarking for situation improvement.  Journal of Social Work. (Accepted May 2013)
    • Smith, J., Humphreys, C. and Laming, C. (2013) The Central Place of Women’s Support and Partner Contact in Men’s Behaviour Change Programs.  NTV Journal.  (accepted June 2013)
    • Laming, C.J., Crinall, K.M., 2012, Walking together for safer communities with local action supported by family violence policy reforms, in Reconciliation in Regional Australia:Case Studies from Gippsland, eds Andrew Gunstone, Australian Scholarly Publishing, North Melbourne Vic Australia, pp. 89-107.
    • Crinall, K.M., Laming, C.J., 2012, Raising Voices: Supportive Communication in Disability Accomodation Services, Monash University, Churchill Vic Australia, pp. 1-56.
    • Laming, C., Crinall, K., Hurley, J., Patten, S., Goodall, D., Yarram, D., Hamer, K., McDonald, P., 2011, The Gippsland CommUNITY Walk against Family Violence, Monash University, Churchill Vic Australia, pp. 1-44.
    • Laming, C. (2009) ‘Strengthening Governance to Stop Men’s Violence Against Women’   in  Sharif As-Saber, Amita Singh, Raza Ahmed, and Jennifer Jalal (eds) Strenghtening Governance in the Asia-Pacific:Myths, Realities and Paradoxes.  Delhi: Macmillan Publishers India
    • Laming, C. (2009) ‘Knowledge sharing on Social and Community Welfare placements, using the MUSO discussion forum’ pp 44-47 in B. Edmondson, P. Dearman, A. Whitley and A. Carr (eds.), Collected Wisdom: Off Campus Learning and Teaching Symposium. Churchill: OCLC
    • Laming, C. (2008) Challenging Men’s Violence Against Women: A Constructivist Approach. Saarbrucken: VDM Verlag Dr. Muller
    • Laming, C. and Fontana, M. (2008) Family Safety: A Toolkit for Men. Churchill: OCLC
    • Crinall, K. and Laming, C. (2008) Evaluation of the Structured Approach to Students @Risk Pilot Project. Churchill: OCLC
    • Laming, C. and Davies, L. (2007) ‘The Aboriginal Men’s SHED (YAMS)’ in Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues. Vol 10. No 4 pp. 15-30
    • Laming, C. and Fontana, M. (2007) ‘Men’s Behaviour Change in a Regional and Rural Context’ in New Community Quarterly. Vol 5. No 4. pp. 36-39
    • Laming, Chris (2006) ‘Shedding Violent Expressions of Anger Constructively’ in Peter Cummins (ed). Working with Anger. Chichester : John Wiley and sons.

    Refereed conference papers

    • Betty Sharon  and  Chris Laming (2012) Beginning Badilika (Change) for men to construct safer communities and hopeful futures, at the International Gender Based Violence Conference in Nairobi.
    • Betty Sharon  and  Chris Laming (2012)  Just work with Sex offenders in the Badilika Project, to construct community safety, at the Participatory Justice and Victims Conference, Canberra.
    • Chris Laming (2012) The identity of sex offenders and how PCT tools can (might) change their meaning making, or Changing (our view of) a leopard: Just work with sex offenders at Personal Construct Psychology Symposium, Nulcaba.
    • Chris Laming (2012) A Personal Construct approach to challenging men’s violence against women and childrenat  the NTV 2012 Australasian Conference on responding to men’s domestic and family violence: Experience, innovation and emerging direction. Melbourne.
    • Cathy Humphreys,  Chris Laming and Joanie Smith  (2012) Look both ways: Fatherhood in the context of intimate partner violence.  at  the NTV 2012 Australasian Conference on responding to men’s domestic and family violence: Experience, innovation and emerging direction. Melbourne.
    • Dave Morran and Chris Laming (2012) What helps men to desist from further harming others; A cross-cultural study. at  the NTV 2012 Australasian Conference on responding to men’s domestic and family violence: Experience, innovation and emerging direction. Melbourne.
    • Chris Laming (2013) Changing incarcerated sex offenders: The Badilika (Change) Project of Kenya,  at the XXth International Congress on Personal Construct Psychology, Change: Person, Society, Organisation, Sydney.
    • Chris Laming (2013)  Men Changing Men in Kenyan Prisons Through The Badilika Project , at the White Ribbon Conference,  Sydney.