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Domestic Violence at the Intersections of Race, Class, and Gender

Solokoff, N and Dupont, I (2005)
22 Sep 2022
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Under the radar: the widespread use of out of court resolutions in policing DV in the UK

Westmarland, N, Johnson, K and McGlynn, C (2017)
22 Sep 2022
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Polish women’s experiences of domestic violence and abuse in the United Kingdom

Zielinska, I; Anitha, S; Rasell, M; Kane, R (2022)
19 Aug 2022
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Building capacity and confidence among professionals from racialised communities

Kumari, Wigley, Bloomfield Reid, Das, Gibbs, Manzoor (2022)
23 Jun 2022

Engaging with Men and Boys about Gender Norms: Engagement Toolkit

Westmarland, N and Burrell, S (2020)
22 Jun 2022
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Who Does What to Whom

Hester, M (2009)
22 Jun 2022
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The concept and measurement of violence against women and men

Walby, Towers, Balderston, Consuelo, Francis, Heiskanen, Helweg-Larsen, Mergaert, Olive, Palmer, Stockl, Strid, Olive, Palmer, Stöckl, Strid (2017)
6 Jun 2022
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Chronic high risk of intimate partner violence against women in disadvantaged neighborhoods

An eight-year space-time analysis (Gracia, E; Marco, M; Lopez-Quílez, A; Lila, M, 2021)
26 Apr 2022
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Enforcing contact orders: problem-solving or punishment?

Liz Trinder, Joan Hunt, Alison Macleod, Julia Pearce & Hilary Woodward (1988)
26 Apr 2022
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Domestic Homicide of Older People (2010–15)

A Comparative Analysis of Intimate-Partner Homicide and Parricide Cases in the UK (Bows, 2018)
10 Mar 2022
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Understanding the Profile and Needs of Abused Men

Exploring Call Data From a Male Domestic Violence Charity in the United Kingdom (Hine, Wallace & Bates, 2021)
10 Mar 2022
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Under the Radar

The widespread use of 'out of court resolutions' in policing domestic violence and abuse in the UK (Westmarland, Johnson and McGlynn; 2017)
10 Mar 2022
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Lessons from the Integrated Domestic Abuse Programme

Lessons from the Integrated Domestic Abuse Programme, for the implementation of Building Better Relationships (Hughes, 2017)
7 Mar 2022
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Brain Injury and Domestic Abuse: An Invisible Impact

The Disabilities Trust (2020)
27 Jan 2022
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