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Examining the challenge of using social media to increase the safeguarding and protection of survivors of sexual violence and domestic violence- balancing the benefits of identifying as a group with a “common” experience- with an engagement with diverse experiences and isolated individuals
Giving a Royal voice to gender based violence and sexual violence
(De Montfort University, 2019-09-20)
During September 2019 it was impossible to miss the news that British Royalty were visiting Southern Africa including South Africa (see BBC https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/49812846). Whether a Royal follower or not it was ...
From Silence 2 Voice. Global Research in Health Sciences
(The University of Nottingham, 2019-09-20)
Beyond Domestic Violence, Companion Animals and Independent Agency: Why as criminologists we need to converse beyond speciesism, towards an intersectional approach
This is Di Turgoose and Dr Ruth E. McKie’s 5th blog post in a series of 6 on pets and domestic abuse. This post focuses on the national reach of their work in the summer of 2019 at the ‘Hidden Victims’ panel of the British ...
Domestic Violence and Abuse, ‘Pets’ and Agency: A conversation we need to have and a call for action 2019
In this first blog in a series of six co-authors Di Turgoose and Dr Ruth E. McKie outline their recent (2019) work on pets/companion animals and domestic violence and abuse. In essence Ruth and Di have started a conversation ...
Non-Human Animals at the Intersection of Domestic Violence: The Call for anthropocentricism to GIVE WAY!
This is Dr Ruth E. McKie and Di Turgoose’s 6th blog in a series of 6 on their work on pets and domestic abuse. The focus of this blog in on the international reach of their work in the autumn of 2019 at the European ...
Ontological Diversifications: Greening Domestic Violence and Abuse studies on Companion Animals
This is Di Turgoose and Ruth McKie’s 4th blog post of six on pets and domestic abuse. This post focuses on the national reach of their work in the summer of 2019 at the British Criminological Society Annual Conference which ...
Pets and Domestic Abuse Research: Local Impact March 2019
This is Di Turgoose and Ruth E. McKie’s second blog in a series of six on Pets/Companion Animals and Domestic Abuse. This blog details the local reach, influence and impact of their work in this under researched area at a ...