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Big society, localism and specialist domestic violence services for BME women: the politics of intersectionality and challenges for feminist activism

Anitha, Sundari (2011) Big society, localism and specialist domestic violence services for BME women: the politics of intersectionality and challenges for feminist activism. In: British Society of Criminology Conference, 6th July 2011, Northumbria University.

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Abstract

Big society, localism and specialist domestic violence services for BME women: the politics of intersectionality and challenges for feminist activism

Additional Information:Big society, localism and specialist domestic violence services for BME women: the politics of intersectionality and challenges for feminist activism
Keywords:domestic violence, BME women
Subjects:L Social studies > L420 International Social Policy
L Social studies > L330 Ethnic studies
L Social studies > L400 Social Policy
L Social studies > L320 Gender studies
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Social & Political Sciences
ID Code:6787
Deposited On:11 Nov 2012 15:31

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