Researcher

Associate Professor Michael Alan Salter

My Expertise

Child abuse, child sexual exploitation, violence against women, domestic violence, sexual assault, primary prevention, gender inequality, online abuse, technologically-facilitated abuse

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Biography

Associate Professor Michael Salter an Associate Professor of Criminology and Scientia Fellow at the School of Social Sciences at UNSW. Michael applies critical and feminist theory to the study of child sexual exploitation, gendered violence and complex trauma. He is leading two national studies: one on multi-sectorial constructions on complex trauma, and the second on the role of parents in the production of child exploitation material. Other...view more

Associate Professor Michael Salter an Associate Professor of Criminology and Scientia Fellow at the School of Social Sciences at UNSW. Michael applies critical and feminist theory to the study of child sexual exploitation, gendered violence and complex trauma. He is leading two national studies: one on multi-sectorial constructions on complex trauma, and the second on the role of parents in the production of child exploitation material. Other current research projects include an analysis of perpetrator interventions in gendered violence and the role of technology in domestic violence. Michael sits on the Board of Directors of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, and he is Associate Editor of Child Abuse Review.


My Qualifications

BA (Hons), PhD


My Awards

  • 2018 Morton Prince Award for Scientific Achievement - International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation
  • 2017 High Commendation for the ANZSOC Allen Austin Bartholomew Award – Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology
  • 2017 People’s Choice Award – Western Sydney University Research Impact Competition – Western Sydney University
  • 2014 New Scholar Award – Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology
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Publications

by Associate Professor Michael Alan Salter

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