Dobash, Rebecca Emerson

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Dobash, Rebecca Emerson

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Rebecca Dobash is an American scholar whose main area of research is violence and the policies and interventions around it. She completed her PhD at the University of Washington, and has held positions at the University of Stirling, University of Cardiff, and the University of Manchester, where she is a Professor of Social Research in the School of Law.

Along with her husband, Russell Dobash, she has published eight books and over 100 journal articles and chapters on intimate partner violence. 'Violence Against Wives' (1979) was particularly influential to the Women's Aid movement in Scotland.

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Dobash, Russell

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ISAAR (CPF) - International Standard Archival Authority Record For Corporate Bodies, Persons and Families, 2nd ed.,Camberra: International Council on Archives, 2004.

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Created by Elizabeth O'Brien, archivist, 13/2/2017.

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The Scottish Centre for Crime & Justice Research. Retrieved from http://www.sccjr.ac.uk/about-us/people/prof-rebecca-dobash/

University of Manchester. Retrieved from http://www.manchester.ac.uk/research/Rebecca.dobash/personaldetails

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