The following is a list of publications produced by the Centre since 2005.
- Williamson, E. (2010) Living in the world of the domestic violence perpetrator: Negotiating the unreality of coercive control, Violence Against Women, 16, pp.1412-1423
- Abrahams, H. (2010) Rebuilding Lives after Domestic Violence: understanding long term outcomes, London; Jessica Kingsley, Publishers
- Hague, G. and Sardinha, L. (2010) Violence against Women: Devastating Legacy and Transforming Services, Psychology, Psychiatry and Law, 17(4): 503-523
- Hague, G. (2010) ‘Fragmenting Families: The devastating legacy of domestic violence’ in D. Ford (ed.) Fragmenting Families, Issues in Social Sciences Series 5, Chester: Chester Academic Press
- Hester, M. (2010) Commentary on "Mothers, Domestic Violence, and Child Protection," by Heather Douglas and Tamara Walsh, Violence Against Women, 16(5): 516-523
- Abrahams, H (2009) Changing from Victim to Survivor in Stark, E & Buzawa E, (Eds) Violence against Women in families and relationships Vol 1:Vicitimization and the Community Response
- Hague, G. (2009) Research Review on Domestic Violence, London: Community Care, published at www.CCInform Community Care online
- Hester, M. (2009) ‘The contradictory legal worlds faced by domestic violence victims’ in E. Stark and E. Buzawa (Eds.) Violence against women in families and relationships: making and breaking connections, Volume II: Family Pieces. New York: Praeger Publishers.
- Hester, M. (2009) Who Does What to Whom? Gender and Domestic Violence Perpetrators. Bristol: University of Bristol in association with the Northern Rock Foundation. http://www.bristol.ac.uk/sps/research/projects/reports/2009/rj4843/whodoeswhat.pdf
- McCarry, M. and Williamson, E. (2009) Violence Against Women in Rural and Urban Areas. University of Bristol: Bristol.
- Williamson, E. and Price, N. (2009) Pilot Project: Domestic abuse and military families, Research commissioned by the North East Hampshire Domestic Violence Forum. Bristol: University of Bristol. http://www.bris.ac.uk/sps/research/projects/completed/2009/rk7020/finalreport.pdf
- Abrahams, H. (2008) ‘It's Safe Here:’ a study of emotional support needs in women’s refuges, Therapy Today 19(9): pp.31-34.
- Hague, G.M. and Bridge, S. (2008) ‘Inching forward on Domestic Violence: the ‘co-ordinated community response’ and putting it in practice in Cheshire’ Journal of Gender Studies, 2(3): 185-199.
- Hague, G., Malos, E. and Dear, W. (1996) Multi-agency work and domestic violence: A national study of inter-agency initiatives. Bristol: Policy Press. (PDF, 619Kb) (Included here as publication is out of print with Policy Press)
- Harne, L. and Radford, J. (2008) Tackling Domestic Violence: Theories, policies and practice. Buckingham Open University Press.
- Hester, M. (2008) ‘Approaches to effective intervention by the specialised service sector’ in Protection and specialised support by the police, health care professionals and social workers for victims of domestic violence. Proceedings of the Regional Seminar organised by the Directorate General of Human Rights and Legal Affairs, Strasbourg: Council of Europe. pp.27-33.
- Hester, M., Pearce, J. and Westmarland, N. (2008) Early evaluation of the Integrated Domestic Violence Court, Croydon, Ministry of Justice Research Series 18/08. London: Ministry of Justice. http://www.justice.gov.uk/docs/evaluation-court-croydon.pdf
- Hester, M., Westmarland, N., Pearce, J. and Williamson, E. (2008) Early evaluation of the Domestic Violence, Crimes and Victims Act 2004, Ministry of Justice Research Series 14/08. London: Ministry of Justice. http://www.justice.gov.uk/docs/domestic-violence-report-2004.pdf
- Abrahams, H. (2007) Supporting Women after Domestic Violence; loss, trauma and recovery, London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
- McCarry, M. (2007) ‘Masculinity Studies and Male Violence: Critique or Collusion?’ Women’s Studies International Forum, 30(5): 404-415.
- McCarry, M. (2007) ‘Domestic Violence’ in M. Flood, J.K. Gardiner, B. Pease, and K.Pringle (Eds.) International Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities, London and New York: Routledge.
- Hague, G. (2006) 'Domestic Violence Survivors' Forums in the UK: Experiments in Involving Abused Women in Domestic Violence Services and Policy-making', Journal of Gender Studies, 14 (3), 191-203
- Hester, M. (2006) Making It Through the Criminal Justice System: Attrition and Domestic Violence’, Social Policy and Society, 5 (1): 1–12.
- Hester, M. (2006) ‘Asking about domestic violence – implications for practice’ in C. Humphreys and N. Stanley (Eds) Domestic Violence and Child Protection – directions for good practice. London: Jessica Kingsley.
- Radford, L. and Hester, M. (2006) Mothering through Domestic Violence. London: Jessica Kingsley
- Sardinha, L., Hague, G. with Malos, E. and colleagues in Mumbai, India (2006), Empowering Women in Communities to deal with Domestic Violence: A Manual for Community Organisers, Mumbai: Nirmala Niketan
- Hague, G. and Malos, E. (2005), Domestic Violence: Action for Change, 3rd edition, Cheltenham: New Clarion Press
- Hague, G. (2005) Guest Editor and Introduction, Special Edition, Violence Against Women, 12(6)
- Hague, G. and Mullender, A. (2005) ‘Listening to women’s voices’ in T. Skinner, M. Hester and E. Malos (eds.) Researching Gender Violence, Devon: Willan, pp. 146-167
- Hague, G. and Mullender, A. (2005) 'Who Listens? The Voices of Domestic Violence Survivors in Service Provision in the United Kingdom', Violence Against Women, 12 (6), 568-587
- Hester, M. and Westmarland, N. (2005) Tackling Domestic Violence: Effective Interventions and Approaches. Home Office Research Study 290, London: Home Office. http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/rds/pdfs05/hors290.pdf
- Hester, M. and Westmarland, N. (2005) Recording the Process of Change. A Review of the Data Monitoring Systems at the Standing Together Specialist Domestic Violence Court. University of Bristol.
- Mullender, A. & Hague, G. (2005), 'Giving a Voice to Women Survivors of Domestic Violence through Recognition as a Service User Group', British Journal of Social Work, 35 (8), 1321-1341
- Skinner, T., Hester, M and Malos, E. (2005) Researching Gender Violence. Willan Press.
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- Hester, M (2009) ‘From entry to exit - tackling street prostitution’ in D. Canter, M. Ioannou, and D. Youngs (Eds.) Sex and violence: The experience and management of street prostitution. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp.117-134.
- Gangoli, G. (2008) ‘Immorality, hurt or Choice: How Indian Feminists Engage with Prostitution’ in R. Sahni, V.K.. Shanker and H. Apte (Eds.) Prostitution and Beyond: An Analysis of Sex Workers in India. London: Sage pp.1-11.
- Gangoli, G. (2006) ‘Sex work, Poverty and Migration in Eastern India’ in A. Roy-Sinha and S. Arya (Eds.) Women and Migration in Asia: Poverty, Gender and Migration (Volume II), London: Sage, pp.214-235.
- Gangoli, G and Westmarland, N (Eds.) (2006), International Approaches to Prostitution - Law and Policy in Europe and Asia. Bristol: Policy Press.
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- Chantler, K., Gangoli, G. and Hester, M. (2009) ‘Forced Marriage in the UK: Religious, Cultural, Economic or State Violence?’ Critical Social Policy 29(4): 587-612.
- Gangoli, G. and Chantler, K. (2009). Protecting Victims of Forced Marriage: Is Age a Protective Factor? Feminist Legal Studies, 17 (3).
- Chantler, K., Gangoli, G. and Hester, M. (2009) ‘Forced Marriage in the UK: Religious, Cultural, Economic or State Violence?’ Critical Social Policy. 29(4): 587-612.
- Gangoli, G., McCarry, M. and Razak, A. (2009) ‘Child Marriage or Forced Marriage: South Asian Communities in North East England’ Children and Society, 23(6): 418-429.
- Gangoli, G. and McCarry, M. (2008) ‘Criminalising Forced Marriage: Debates in the UK’ Criminal Justice Matters. Issue 74, pp.44-46.
- Hester, M., Chantler, K. and Gangoli, G. (2008) Forced marriage: the risk factors and the effect of raising the minimum age for a sponsor, and of leave to enter the UK as a spouse or fiancé(e), School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol .
- Gangoli, G., Razak, A. and McCarry, M. (2006) Forced Marriage and Domestic violence among South Asian Communities in North East England. Bristol: University of Bristol and Northern Rock Foundation.
- Hague, G., Gangoli, G., Joseph, H. and Alphonse, M. and Joseph, H. (2006). Domestic Violence, Marriage and Immigration. College of Social Work, Nirmala Niketan, University of Mumbai, India and the Violence Against Women Research Group, University of Bristol.
- Hester, M., Chantler, K. Gangoli, G., Ahmed, B., Burman, E., McCarry, M., Sharma, S., Singleton, A. and Westmarland, N. (2006) Forced Marriage: The Risk Factors and the Effect of Raising the Minimum Age for a Sponsor, and of Leave to Enter the UK as a Spouse or fiancé(e). Phase 1 Report to Home Office. Bristol: University of Bristol.pp.1-20.
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- Feder, G., Ramsay, J., Dunne, D., Rose, M., Arsene, C., Norman, R., Kuntze, R., Spencer, A., Bacchus, L., Hague, G., Warburton, A., Taket, A. (2009) ‘How far does screening women for domestic (partner) violence in different health-care settings meet criteria for a screening programme? Systematic reviews of nine UK National Screening Committee criteria’ Health Technol Assess 13(16):1–347.
- Williamson, E. (2009) ‘The Health System Response to Domestic Violence’ in E. Stark and E. Buzawa (Eds.) Violence against Women in Families and Relationships Vol 1: Vicitimization and the Community Response. New York: Praeger Publishers.
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- Hague, G., Thiara, R. and Mullender, A. (2010) , Disabled Women, Domestic Violence and Social Care: The Risk of Isolation, Vulnerability and Neglect, British Journal of Social Work, 40, first published June 2010
- Hague, G. (2009), ‘Disabled women and domestic violence’, Disability, Pregnancy & Parenthoood International, 66, Autumn
- Hague, G.M., Thiara, R. and Magowan, P. (2008) Making the Links: Disabled Women and Domestic Violence, London: Women’s Aid.
- Hague, G., Thiara R., Magowan P. and Mullender, A. (2008) Good Practice Guide. Making the Links: Disabled Women and Domestic Violence, Bristol: Women's Aid, 2008
- Hague, G., Thiara, R., Magowan, P. and Mullender, A. (2007 and 2008) ‘Making the links: disabled women and domestic violence, Safe: the Domestic Violence Quarterly, first article (2007), 22, Summer, and second article (2008), 27, Autumn;
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- Hague, G., Gangoli, G., Joseph, H. and Alphonse, M. (2010) ‘Raising Silenced Voices: South Asian women immigrating after marriage’, Ethnicity and Inequalities in Social Care, 3, 1, March, pp.25-35
- Sardinha, L., Hague, G. with Malos E. and colleagues in Mumbai, India (2006), Understanding Children Exposed to Domestic Violence: A Manual for School Educators, Mumbai: Nirmala Niketan
- Gangoli, G., Hester, M., Donovan, C. and Westmarland, N. (2005) Service Provision and Needs: Black and Minority Ethnic Women Living with Domestic Violence in South Tyneside, University of Bristol
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- Williamson, E. and Hester, M. (2009) Evaluation of the South Tyneside Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Programme 2006-2008: Final Report, Bristol: University of Bristol. http://www.bris.ac.uk/sps/research/projects/completed/2009/rl6866/finalreport.pdf
- Feder, G., Hester, M., Williamson, E., and Dunne, D. (2008) ‘Behavioral interventions to reduce intimate partner violence against women’, in J.A. Trafton and W. Gordon (Eds.) Best Practices in the Behavioral Management of Peripartum, Pediatric and Adolescent Conditions. Los Altos, CA.: Institute for Brain Potential.
- Hester, M. and Westmarland, N. (2007) ‘Domestic Violence Perpetrators’ Criminal Justice Matters, 66: 34-36.
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- Hester, M., He, J. and Tian, L. (2009) ‘Girls’ and boys’ experiences and perceptions of parental maltreatment while growing up in China and England’ Child Abuse Review, 18: 401-413.
- Hester, M. (2007) ‘Issues of custody and access following violence in the home in Denmark and Britain’ in M. Jaspard and S. Condon (Eds.) Nommer et compter les violences envers les femmes en Europe. Actes du colloque européen CAHRV de la Sorbonne, Paris: Idup, 2007, 184p plus annexes.
- Hester, M., Pearson, C. and Harwin, N. with Abrahams, H. (2007) Making an Impact - Children and Domestic Violence. A Reader, 2nd Edition. London: Jessica Kingsley.
- Donovan, C, Gangoli, G., Hester,M. and Westmarland, N. (2005). Service Provision and Needs: Children Living with Domestic Violence in South Tyneside. Bristol: University of Bristol.
- Hester, M. (2005) ‘Tackling men’s violence in families – lessons for England’ in M. Eriksson, M. Hester, S. Keskinen and K. Pringle (Eds.) Tackling Men’s Violence in Families – Nordic issues and dilemmas, Bristol: Policy Press.
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- McCarry, M. (2010) ‘Becoming a ‘Proper Man’: Young People’s Attitudes about Interpersonal Violence and Perceptions of Gender’ Gender and Education, 22(1): 17-30.
- Barter, C., McCarry, M., Berridge, D. and Evans, K. (2009) Partner exploitation and violence in teenage intimate relationships. London: University of Bristol and the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.
- McCarry, M. (2009) ‘Justifications and Contradictions: Understanding Young People’s Tolerance of Domestic Abuse’ Men and Masculinities. 11(3): 325-345.
- McCarry, M. (2007) ‘Ineffective Interventions?: Domestic Abuse and Young People’ ICHA: Independent Children’s Homes Associations, No. 5, November 2007, p. 5.
- Hester, M. (2005) ‘Violence and Sexual Coercion in Relationships: the Views of University Students in China and the UK’, Berliner China-Hefte/Chinese History and Society, 29.
- McCarry, M. (2005) ‘Ineffective Interventions: Domestic Abuse, Young People and Gender’ WYM - Working with Young Men, Vol. 4, No. 3. pp.15-19.
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- Donovan, C. and Hester, M. (2010) 'I Hate the Word "Victim"': An Exploration of Recognition of Domestic Violence in Same Sex Relationships, Social Policy and Society, 9 (2): 279-289.
- Hester, M. and Donovan, C. (2009) ‘Researching domestic violence in same sex relationships - a feminist epistemological approach to survey development’ Lesbian Studies 13: pp.161-173.
- Donovan, C. and Hester, M. (2008) ‘Because she was my first girlfriend, I didn’t know any different’: making the case for mainstreaming same-sex sex/relationship education, Sex Education 8 (3): pp.277–288.
- McCarry, M., Hester, M and Donovan, C. (2008) ‘Researching Same Sex Domestic Violence: Constructing a Survey Methodology’ Sociological Research Online, 13 (1).
- Donovan, C., Hester, M., McCarry, M. and Holmes, J. (2006) Comparing Domestic Abuse in Same Sex and Heterosexual Relationships. Bristol: Universities of Bristol and Sunderland.
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- Hague, G. and Thiara, R. (2010) Bride-price, Poverty and Domestic Violence in Uganda, British Academy Review, 15, March, London: British Academy
- Gangoli, G. (2009) ‘Indian Feminisms: Responses to a Globalisating World’ in W. Dissanayake and M. Gopalsingh (Eds.) Popular Culture in Globalising India. Sage: London
- Hague, G. and Thiara R. (2009), Bride-price, Poverty and Domestic Violence in Uganda, Uganda: Mifumi, 2009
- Ye, Q. (2008) ‘The Issue of Gender in Relation to Domestic Violence Can not be Neglected within the Context of Chinese Development’ in L. Zhang, X. Qiu and Y. Shen (Eds.) Women and Social Development. Shanghai: Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences Press
- Gangoli, G. (2007) Indian Feminisms. Campaigns against Violence and Multiple Patriarchies. Surrey: Ashgate
- Hague, G., Gangoli, G., Joseph, H. and Alphonse, M. (2007) ‘Domestic Violence, Marriage and Immigration: social work and support issues for women immigrating to the UK to marry’, Perspectives in Social Work, XXII, I.
- Hague, G., Gangoli, G., Joseph, H. and Alphonse, M. (2007) Immigration, Marriage and Domestic Violence, Mumbai/Bristol: Nirmala Niketan (and for British Academy)
- Gangoli, G., (2006) ‘Engendering genocide: gender, conflict and violence’ Women’s Studies International Journal, (29) pp.534-538.
- Humphreys, C. and Carter, R., Eriksson, M., Haller, B., Hanmer, J., Hester, M., Kirwil, L., Lovett, J., Lünnemann, K., Rabe, H., Logar, R., Seith, C., Thiara, R. K. (2006) The justice system as an arena for the protection of human rights for women and children experiencing violence and abuse. Final Report. Osnabrueck: prepared within the Co-ordination Action on Human Rights Violations (CAHRV), funded through the European Commission, 6th Framework Programme, Project No. 506348.
- Eriksson, M., Hester, M., Keskinen, S. and Pringle, K. (2005) (Eds.) Tackling Men’s Violence in Families – Nordic issues and dilemmas. Bristol: Policy Press.
- Hester, H. (2005) ‘Children, Abuse and Parental Contact in Denmark’ in M. Eriksson, M. Hester, S. Keskinen and K. Pringle (Eds.) Tackling Men’s Violence in Families – Nordic issues and dilemmas. Bristol: Policy Press.
- Hester, M. (2005) ‘Transnational influences on Domestic Violence Policy and Action – exploring developments in China and England’, Social Policy and Society, 4(4): 447-456. (Special Issue on Global welfare studies: perspectives and issues)
- Hester, M. and Gangoli, G (2005) ‘Comparison and Collaboration: researching young people’s experiences and perceptions of violence in the family across China and the UK’ in T. Skinner, M. Hester and E. Malos (Eds.) Researching Gender Violence, Devon: Willan Press.
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- Hague, G. and Malos, E. (2009) Domestic Violence Action for Change. The English Agency (Japan) Ltd and Akashi Company. [Japanese edition published in 2009]
- McCarry, M. (2007) ‘Masculinity Studies and Male Violence: Critique or Collusion?’ Women’s Studies International Forum, 30(5): pp.404-415.
- Hester, M. (2006) ‘La brujo-manía en Ingleterra en los siglos XVI y XVII como control social de las mujeres’, in D. E. Russell y J. Radford (Eds) Feminicidia. La política del asesinato de las mujeres, Mexico: CEIICH-UNAM [Research center Interdisciplinarias in Sciences and Humanidades, Independent National University of Mexico pp.77-100.
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- Abrahams, H. (2008) ‘Ethics in Counselling Research Fieldwork’ Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 7(4): pp.240-244.
- McCarry, M. (2005) ‘Conducting Social Research with Young People: Ethical Considerations’ in T.Skinner, M. Hester and E. Malos (Eds.) Researching Women and Violence: Creating Evidence for Change, Devon: Willan Publishing. pp.87-104.
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