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  • Journal

    Humphreys, C.

    A health inequalities perspective on violence against women

    2007 - Health & Social Care in the Community

    In-text: (Humphreys, 2007)

    Your Bibliography: Humphreys, C., 2007. A health inequalities perspective on violence against women. Health & Social Care in the Community, 15(2), pp.120-127.

  • Journal

    Huss, M. T.

    Battered Women Who Kill Their Abusers: An Examination of Commonsense Notions, Cognitions, and Judgments

    2006 - Journal of Interpersonal Violence

    In-text: (Huss, 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Huss, M., 2006. Battered Women Who Kill Their Abusers: An Examination of Commonsense Notions, Cognitions, and Judgments. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 21(8), pp.1063-1080.

  • Journal

    LEGER, R. G.

    Lesbianism among Women Prisoners: Participants and Nonparticipants

    1987 - Criminal Justice and Behavior

    In-text: (LEGER, 1987)

    Your Bibliography: LEGER, R., 1987. Lesbianism among Women Prisoners: Participants and Nonparticipants. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 14(4), pp.448-467.

  • Book

    Lloyd, A.

    Doubly deviant, doubly damned

    1995 - Penguin Books - London

    In-text: (Lloyd, 1995)

    Your Bibliography: Lloyd, A., 1995. Doubly deviant, doubly damned. London: Penguin Books.

  • Journal

    O'Donovan, K.

    Defences for Battered Women Who Kill

    1991 - Journal of Law and Society

    In-text: (O'Donovan, 1991)

    Your Bibliography: O'Donovan, K., 1991. Defences for Battered Women Who Kill. Journal of Law and Society, 18(2), p.219.

  • Journal

    Russell, B. L.

    Attitudes Toward Battered Women Who Kill: Defendant Typicality and Judgments of Culpability

    2006 - Criminal Justice and Behavior

    In-text: (Russell, 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Russell, B., 2006. Attitudes Toward Battered Women Who Kill: Defendant Typicality and Judgments of Culpability. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 33(2), pp.219-241.

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