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See What You Made Me Do: Power, Control and Domestic Abuse (MP3)
Written by:
Jess Hill 
Read by:
Jess Hill 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
16 hours 43 minutes 
MP3 size:
689 MB 
Published:
June 01 2020 
Available Date:
June 01 2020 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9780655672234 
Genres:
Non-fiction; Biography; Politics & Current Affairs 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Audible audio 
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Longlisted The Indie Book Awards / Non-fiction Award 2019
Shortlisted Victorian Premier's Literary Awards / Nettie Palmer Prize for Non-Fiction 2020
Shortlisted Walkley Book Award / Non-Fiction 2019
Longlisted ABIA General Non-fiction Book of the Year 2020
Winner Stella Book Award 2020

A searing investigation that challenges everything you thought you knew about domestic abuse.

At the office of Safe Steps, Victoria's dedicated 24/7 family violence response call centre, phone counsellors receive a call every three minutes. Many women are repeat callers - on average, they will go back to an abusive partner eight times before leaving for good. Domestic abuse is a national emergency: one in four Australian women has experienced violence from a man she was intimate with. But too often we ask the wrong question: why didn’t she leave? We should be asking: why did he do it? Investigative journalist Jess Hill puts perpetrators – and the systems that enable them – in the spotlight. See What You Made Me Do is a deep dive into the abuse so many women and children experience – abuse that is often reinforced by the justice system they trust to protect them. Critically, it shows that we can drastically reduce domestic violence – not in generations to come, but today. Combining forensic research with riveting storytelling, See What You Made Me Do radically rethinks how to confront the national crisis of fear and abuse in our homes.