Gill Hague

Gill Hague is Emeritus Professor of Violence Against Women Studies in the University of Bristol's Centre for Gender and Violence Research (of which she was a co-founder in 1990). She has worked for 40 years in the field and has played a key role in the pioneering development of violence against women research. She has been an activist, practitioner, academic and researcher, and has published extensively in the field.

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Understanding Adult Survivors of Domestic Violence in Childhood: Still Forgotten, Still Hurting

Understanding Adult Survivors of Domestic Violence in Childhood: Still Forgotten, Still Hurting

by Gill Hague, Ann Harvey

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Domestic violence experienced in childhood continues to have an enduring emotional impact into adulthood. The scars it leaves can impact on family lives, employment, and long-term emotional and... (more)

Is Anyone Listening?: Putting the Views of Survivors of Domestic Violence into Policy and Practice

Is Anyone Listening?: Putting the Views of Survivors of Domestic Violence into Policy and Practice

Edited by Gill Hague, Rosemary Aris

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This volume paints an overall picture of how domestic violence is being dealt with today and how contemporary concerns about service-user participation in improving services can be put into real and... (more)

Disabled Women and Domestic Violence: Responding to the Experiences of Survivors

Disabled Women and Domestic Violence: Responding to the Experiences of Survivors

by Ravi K. Thiara, Gill Hague

  • Paperback £22.99

Domestic violence is encountered by disabled women more frequently than non-disabled women, yet disabled women are less likely to receive appropriate services, and there has been little research on... (more)

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