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Pets as hostages: Domestic violence victims' stories of animals being used to control behaviour

Pets as hostages: Domestic violence victims' stories of animals being used to control behaviour
Pets as hostages: Domestic violence victims' stories of animals being used to control behaviour
Invited paper as part of a symposium on Animal abuse chaired by the University of Kent
domestic violence, animal abuse, animal cruelty, animal welfare, companion animals, pets, violence, abuse, intimate partner violence, IPV, hostage, hostages, controlling behaviour, control, manipulate
Newberry, Michelle
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Newberry, Michelle
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Newberry, Michelle (2016) Pets as hostages: Domestic violence victims' stories of animals being used to control behaviour. BPS DFP Conference, United Kingdom. 13 - 15 Jun 2016.

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Invited paper as part of a symposium on Animal abuse chaired by the University of Kent

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Published date: June 2016
Venue - Dates: BPS DFP Conference, United Kingdom, 2016-06-13 - 2016-06-15
Keywords: domestic violence, animal abuse, animal cruelty, animal welfare, companion animals, pets, violence, abuse, intimate partner violence, IPV, hostage, hostages, controlling behaviour, control, manipulate

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Local EPrints ID: 420812
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/420812
PURE UUID: 858547e8-9c9f-45de-989d-62a28fc8efa0

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Date deposited: 16 May 2018 16:30
Last modified: 04 Aug 2020 16:32

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