Mainstreaming domestic and gender-based violence into sociology and the criminology of violence

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Walby, Sylvia; Towers, Jude; Francis, Brian;

Sociological and criminological views of domestic and gender-based violence generally either dismiss it as not worthy of consideration, or focus on specific groups of offenders and victims (male youth gangs, partner violence victims). In this paper, we take a holistic a... View more
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