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Russell Dobash is an American scholar whose research areas include domestic violence, gender, crime, and homicide. He received his BA and MA from Arizona State University and his PhD from the University of Washington. Dobash has held positions at the University of Stirling, Cardiff University, and since 1996, has been Professor of Criminology & Social Policy at the University of Manchester.
Much of his research has been undertaken with his wife, Rebecca Dobash, including the 1979 'Violence Against Wives' which was instrumental in the Women's Aid movement in Scotland.
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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.
The Scottish Centre for Crime & Justice Research. Retrieved from http://www.sccjr.ac.uk/about-us/people/prof-russell-dobash/
University of Manchester. Retrieved from http://www.manchester.ac.uk/research/Russell.dobash/