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International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
The collection of articles below is to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (25 November).
Recent research articles have been selected from the Journal of Gender-Based Violence, Families, Relationships and Societies, Evidence & Policy, and Critical and Radical Social Work which all offer free trials to libraries. Please recommend the journals to your library to gain regular access to content from these journals.
Journal of Gender-Based Violence
Reframing agency in abusive contexts: beyond 'free choice' and 'open resistance'
Segmented journeys, fragmented lives: women's forced migration to escape domestic violence
Measuring violence to end violence: mainstreaming gender
In search of justice and care: how women survivors of violence navigate the Indian criminal justice system
‘Do I score points if I say “no”?’: Negotiating sexual boundaries in a changing normative landscape
'Home game': domestic abuse and football
‘Stop asking me ‘what about men?’
Sexual violence while studying abroad: a critical, collagist personal testimony
Families, Relationships and Societies
Special issue on Violence against women and childeren in diverse contexts:
Introduction to Special Issue on 'Violence Against Women and Children in Diverse Contexts'
Rape within heterosexual intimate relationships in Iran: legal frameworks, cultural and structural violence
Memorable life events and disclosure of child sexual abuse: possibilities and challenges across diverse contexts
Domestic abuse and women with 'no recourse to public funds': the state's role in shaping and reinforcing coercive control
Trust and mistrust in the lives of forcibly displaced women and children
Researching violence with children: experiences and lessons from the UK and South Africa
Gendered discourse in the South African Police Service talk and text of domestic violence
Research ethics in practice: lessons from studies exploring interpersonal violence in different contexts
'If this isn't for my children, who is it for?' Exploring experiences of structural violence among migrant mothers who sell sex in Johannesburg
Group work: a powerful site of resistance for migrant women experiencing gender-based violence
Beyond the single story: creative research approaches with migrant sex workers in South Africa
Evidence & Policy
Translating research about domestic and family violence into practice in Australia: possibilities and prospects
Critical and Radical Social Work
Improving access to sexual violence support for marginalised individuals: findings from the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* and the black and minority ethnic communities
The 'troubled' case of Rotherham
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