Dr Oona Brooks

  • Reader (Sociology)

telephone: 0141 330 7722
email: Oona.Brooks@glasgow.ac.uk

Sccjr, Room 302A, Ivy Lodge, 63 Gibson Street

Import to contacts

ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-8435-322X

Biography

I joined SCCJR (Sociology) at the University of Glasgow in September 2013. My main area of research interest is violence against women and I have developed expertise in this subject as an academic and a practitioner over the past 25 years.

Current research:

  • Exploring Survivor Views on Sentencing for Rape and Sexual Assault (funded by Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service).
  • Operation Soteria/Project Bluestone: transforming the policing response to reports of rape and sexual assault in England and Wales’ (funded by Home Office).

Recent research:

  • Social and health impacts of COVID-19 suppression in vulnerable groups (co-lead for Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence stream)(funded by the Chief Scientists Office).
  • IMPRODOVA: Improving Frontline Responses to Domestic Violence in Europe (funded by Horizon2020).
  • Justice Journeys: informing policy and practice through lived experience (funded by ESRC Impact Acceleration Account and Scottish Government, Justice Analytical Services).
  • Evaluation of the Rape Crisis Scotland National Advocacy Project (funded by the Scottish Government via Rape Crisis Scotland).

Roles and affiliations include:

  • Founder and coordinator of the Glasgow University Gender Based Violence Research Forum http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/socialpolitical/research/groups/genderbasedviolenceresearchforum/
  • Member of the European Society of Criminology Working Group on Gender, Crime and Justice
  • Member of the European Network on Gender and Violence
  • Member of Women Against Violence Europe
  • Member of BSA Violence Against Women Study Group
  • Member of the Scottish Government’s Victims Taskforce

Research interests

My main research interests include rape and sexual assault, domestic abuse, criminal justice responses to sexual and domestic offences, victim-survivor experiences and understanding of 'justice', the prevention of gender-based violence, feminism and gender.

Please note that I am unable to supervise new PhD students in 2024/2025.

Publications

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Jump to: 2022 | 2021 | 2020 | 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2011 | 2010 | 2008 | 2007
Number of items: 40.

2022

Brooks-Hay, O. , Saunders, K. and Burman, M. (2022) A toxic mix: the impact of COVID-19 lockdown measures on the post-separation experiences of domestic abuse survivors. Journal of Gender-Based Violence, 6(3), pp. 426-441. (doi: 10.1332/239868021X16536613142067)

2021

Friskney, R. , Brooks-Hay, O. and Burman, M. (2021) Frontline responses to domestic abuse in Scotland. In: Lobinkar, B., Vogt, C. and Kersten, J. (eds.) Improving Frontline Responses to Domestic Violence in Europe. University of Maribor University Press: Maribor, pp. 239-255. ISBN 9789612865436 (doi: 10.18690/978-961-286-543-6.14)

2020

Armstrong, S. et al. (2020) Left out and locked down: impacts of COVID-19 for marginalised groups in Scotland. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland.

Bradley, L. , Brooks, O. and Burman, M. (2020) Justice journeys: Survivor stories. [Website]

Burman, M. and Brooks-Hay, O. (2020) Feminist framings of victim advocacy in criminal justice contexts. In: Tapley, J. and Davies, P. (eds.) Victimology: Research, Policy and Activism. Palgrave Macmillan: Cham, pp. 135-157. ISBN 9783030422875 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-42288-2_6)

Williamson, E., Lombard, N. and Brooks-Hay, O. (2020) Domestic violence and abuse, coronavirus, and the media narrative. Journal of Gender-Based Violence, 4(2), pp. 289-294. (doi: 10.1332/239868020x15893043718030) (PMID:32934437) (PMCID:PMC7483056)

Brooks-Hay, O. (2020) Doing the “right thing”? Understanding why rape victim-survivors report to the police. Feminist Criminology, 15(2), pp. 174-195. (doi: 10.1177/1557085119859079)

2019

Brooks-Hay, O. , Burman, M. and Bradley, L. (2019) Justice Journeys: Informing Policy and Practice Through Lived Experience of Victim-Survivors of Rape and Serious Sexual Assault. Project Report. Scottish Centre for Crime & Justice Research, Glasgow.

2018

Brooks-Hay, O., Burman, M. and McFeely, C. (Eds.) (2018) Domestic Abuse: Contemporary Perspectives and Innovative Practices. Series: Policy and practice in health and social care. Dunedin Academic Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781780460598

Brooks-Hay, O. (2018) Policing domestic abuse: the gateway to justice? In: Brooks-Hay, O., Burman, M. and McFeely, C. (eds.) Domestic Abuse: Contemporary Perspectives and Innovative Practices. Series: Policy and practice in health and social care (22). Dunedin Academic Press: Edinburgh, pp. 25-38. ISBN 9781780460598

Brooks-Hay, O. and Burman, M. (2018) Understanding, defining and measuring domestic abuse. In: Brooks-Hay, O., Burman, M. and McFeely, C. (eds.) Domestic Abuse: Contemporary Perspectives and Innovative Practices. Series: Policy and practice in health and social care (22). Dunedin Academic Press: Edinburgh, pp. 10-24. ISBN 9781780460598

Brooks-Hay, O. , Burman, M. and McFeely, C. (2018) Introducing Scotland's approach to domestic abuse. In: Brooks-Hay, O., Burman, M. and McFeely, C. (eds.) Domestic Abuse: Contemporary Perspectives and Innovative Practices. Series: Policy and practice in health and social care (22). Dunedin Academic Press: Edinburgh, pp. 1-9. ISBN 9781780460598

McFeely, C. , Burman, M. and Brooks-Hay, O. (2018) Conclusion: looking back, moving forward ('Ahin/gang forward'). In: Brooks-Hay, O., Burman, M. and McFeely, C. (eds.) Domestic Abuse: Contemporary Perspectives and Innovative Practices. Series: Policy and practice in health and social care (22). Dunedin Academic Press: Edinburgh, pp. 93-102. ISBN 9781780460598

Burman, M. and Brooks-Hay, O. (2018) Victims are more willing to report rape, so why are conviction rates still woeful? Conversation, 8 Mar.

Brooks-Hay, O. and Lombard, N. (2018) 'Home game': domestic abuse and football; the role of research in policy and practice. Journal of Gender-Based Violence, 2(1), pp. 93-108. (doi: 10.1332/239868018X15155986580769)

Burman, M. and Brooks-Hay, O. (2018) Aligning policy and law? The creation of a domestic abuse offence incorporating coercive control. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 18(1), pp. 67-83. (doi: 10.1177/1748895817752223)

Brooks-Hay, O. , Burman, M. , Bradley, L. and Kyle, D. (2018) Evaluation of the Rape Crisis Scotland National Advocacy Project: Final Report. Project Report. SCCJR.

Brooks-Hay, O. , Burman, M. , Bradley, L. and Kyle, D. (2018) Evaluation of the Rape Crisis Scotland National Advocacy Project: Summary Report. Project Report. SCCJR.

Brooks, O. (2018) Young women’s responses to safety advice in bars and clubs: implications for future sexual violence prevention campaigns. In: Lombard, N. (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Gender and Violence. Routledge: London, pp. 274-286. ISBN 9781472483515

2017

Brooks, O. (2017) ‘Guys! Stop doing it!’: Young women’s adoption and rejection of safety advice when socializing in bars, pubs, clubs and implications for future campaigns. In: Lombard, N. (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Gender and Violence. Routledge. ISBN 9781472483515

Brooks, O. and Burman, M. (2017) Reporting rape: victim perspectives on advocacy support in the criminal justice process. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 17(2), pp. 209-225. (doi: 10.1177/1748895816667996)

2015

Brooks, O. and Kyle, D. (2015) Dual Reports Of Domestic Abuse Made To The Police In Scotland: A Summary Of Findings From A Pilot Research Study. Project Report. Scottish Institute for Policing Research, Dundee.

Brooks, O. , Burman, M. and Kyle, D. (2015) Evaluation of Support to Report Pilot Advocacy Service: Summary Report. Project Report. Scottish Centre for Crime & Justice Research, Glasgow.

2014

Brooks, O. (2014) The interplay between power and reflexivity in the feminist research process. In: Lumsden, K. and Winter, A. (eds.) Reflexivity in Criminological Research: Experiences with the Powerful and the Powerless. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, pp. 90-101. ISBN 9781137379399

Brooks, O. (2014) Rising rape figures in Scotland could actually be a step forward. Conversation,

Brooks, O. (2014) Interpreting young women's accounts of drink spiking: the need for a gendered understanding of the fear and reality of sexual violence. Sociology, 48(2), pp. 300-316. (doi: 10.1177/0038038512475108)

Brooks, O. , Burman, M. , Lombard, N., McIvor, G., Stevenson-Hasgings, L. and Kyle, D. (2014) Violence Against Women: Effective Interventions and Practices with Perpetrators: A Literature Review. Project Report. Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research, Glasgow.

Crowley, A., Brooks, O. and Lombard, N. (2014) Football and Domestic Abuse: A Literature Review. Project Report. Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research, Glasgow.

2013

Mcfeely, C. , Whiting, N., Lombard, N., Brooks, O. , Burman, M. and McGowan, M. (2013) Domestic abuse and gender inequality: an overview of the current debate. Other. Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK.

Brooks, O. (2013) Gendered freedoms and constraints for young women socialising in bars and clubs. In: Blackshaw, T. (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Leisure Studies. Routledge, pp. 243-256. ISBN 9780415697170

2011

Parkes, T. et al. (2011) An Evaluation to Assess the Implementation of NHS Delivered Alcohol Brief Interventions: Final Report. Project Report. NHS Health Scotland, Edinburgh, UK.

Brooks, O. (2011) 'Guys! Stop doing it!': young women's adoption and rejection of safety advice when socializing in bars, pubs and clubs. British Journal of Criminology, 51(4), pp. 635-651. (doi: 10.1093/bjc/azr011)

MacAskill, S., Parkes, T., Brooks, O. , Graham, L., McAuley, A. and Brown, A. (2011) Assessment of alcohol problems using AUDIT in a prison setting: more than an 'aye or no' question. BMC Public Health, 11(1), p. 865. (doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-11-865)

2010

Eadie, D., MacAskill, S., Brooks, O. , Heim, D., Forsyth, A. and Punch, S. (2010) Pre-teens Learning About Alcohol: Drinking and Family Contexts. Project Report. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, UK.

Parkes, T., MacAskill, S., Brooks, O. , Atherton, I., Jepson, R., Doi, L., McGhee, S. and Eadie, D. (2010) Prison Health Needs Assessment for Alcohol Problems. Other. NHS Health Scotland.

Brooks, O. (2010) Routes to Magic: The Alcoholic Beverage Industry’s Use of New Media in Alcohol Marketing. Other. Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems, Edinburgh, UK.

Hastings, G., Brooks, O. , Stead, M., Angus, K., Anker, T. and Farrell, T. (2010) Failure of self regulation of UK alcohol advertising. British Medical Journal, 340, b5650. (doi: 10.1136/bmj.b5650)

Hastings, G., Brooks, O. , Stead, M., Angus, K., Anker, T. and Farrell, T. (2010) "They'll Drink Bucket Loads of the Stuff": An Analysis of Internal Alcohol Industry Advertising Documents. Project Report. Alcohol Education Research Council.

2008

Brooks, O. (2008) Consuming alcohol in bars, pubs and clubs: a risky freedom for young women? Annals of Leisure Research, 11(3-4), pp. 331-350. (doi: 10.1080/11745398.2008.9686801)

2007

Burman, M., Jamieson, L., Nicholson, J. and Brooks, O. (2007) Impact of Aspects of the Law of Evidence in Sexual Offence Trials: An Evaluation Study. Project Report. Scottish Executive Social Research.

This list was generated on Fri May 24 12:00:18 2024 BST.
Number of items: 40.

Articles

Brooks-Hay, O. , Saunders, K. and Burman, M. (2022) A toxic mix: the impact of COVID-19 lockdown measures on the post-separation experiences of domestic abuse survivors. Journal of Gender-Based Violence, 6(3), pp. 426-441. (doi: 10.1332/239868021X16536613142067)

Williamson, E., Lombard, N. and Brooks-Hay, O. (2020) Domestic violence and abuse, coronavirus, and the media narrative. Journal of Gender-Based Violence, 4(2), pp. 289-294. (doi: 10.1332/239868020x15893043718030) (PMID:32934437) (PMCID:PMC7483056)

Brooks-Hay, O. (2020) Doing the “right thing”? Understanding why rape victim-survivors report to the police. Feminist Criminology, 15(2), pp. 174-195. (doi: 10.1177/1557085119859079)

Burman, M. and Brooks-Hay, O. (2018) Victims are more willing to report rape, so why are conviction rates still woeful? Conversation, 8 Mar.

Brooks-Hay, O. and Lombard, N. (2018) 'Home game': domestic abuse and football; the role of research in policy and practice. Journal of Gender-Based Violence, 2(1), pp. 93-108. (doi: 10.1332/239868018X15155986580769)

Burman, M. and Brooks-Hay, O. (2018) Aligning policy and law? The creation of a domestic abuse offence incorporating coercive control. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 18(1), pp. 67-83. (doi: 10.1177/1748895817752223)

Brooks, O. and Burman, M. (2017) Reporting rape: victim perspectives on advocacy support in the criminal justice process. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 17(2), pp. 209-225. (doi: 10.1177/1748895816667996)

Brooks, O. (2014) Rising rape figures in Scotland could actually be a step forward. Conversation,

Brooks, O. (2014) Interpreting young women's accounts of drink spiking: the need for a gendered understanding of the fear and reality of sexual violence. Sociology, 48(2), pp. 300-316. (doi: 10.1177/0038038512475108)

Brooks, O. (2011) 'Guys! Stop doing it!': young women's adoption and rejection of safety advice when socializing in bars, pubs and clubs. British Journal of Criminology, 51(4), pp. 635-651. (doi: 10.1093/bjc/azr011)

MacAskill, S., Parkes, T., Brooks, O. , Graham, L., McAuley, A. and Brown, A. (2011) Assessment of alcohol problems using AUDIT in a prison setting: more than an 'aye or no' question. BMC Public Health, 11(1), p. 865. (doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-11-865)

Hastings, G., Brooks, O. , Stead, M., Angus, K., Anker, T. and Farrell, T. (2010) Failure of self regulation of UK alcohol advertising. British Medical Journal, 340, b5650. (doi: 10.1136/bmj.b5650)

Brooks, O. (2008) Consuming alcohol in bars, pubs and clubs: a risky freedom for young women? Annals of Leisure Research, 11(3-4), pp. 331-350. (doi: 10.1080/11745398.2008.9686801)

Book Sections

Friskney, R. , Brooks-Hay, O. and Burman, M. (2021) Frontline responses to domestic abuse in Scotland. In: Lobinkar, B., Vogt, C. and Kersten, J. (eds.) Improving Frontline Responses to Domestic Violence in Europe. University of Maribor University Press: Maribor, pp. 239-255. ISBN 9789612865436 (doi: 10.18690/978-961-286-543-6.14)

Burman, M. and Brooks-Hay, O. (2020) Feminist framings of victim advocacy in criminal justice contexts. In: Tapley, J. and Davies, P. (eds.) Victimology: Research, Policy and Activism. Palgrave Macmillan: Cham, pp. 135-157. ISBN 9783030422875 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-42288-2_6)

Brooks-Hay, O. (2018) Policing domestic abuse: the gateway to justice? In: Brooks-Hay, O., Burman, M. and McFeely, C. (eds.) Domestic Abuse: Contemporary Perspectives and Innovative Practices. Series: Policy and practice in health and social care (22). Dunedin Academic Press: Edinburgh, pp. 25-38. ISBN 9781780460598

Brooks-Hay, O. and Burman, M. (2018) Understanding, defining and measuring domestic abuse. In: Brooks-Hay, O., Burman, M. and McFeely, C. (eds.) Domestic Abuse: Contemporary Perspectives and Innovative Practices. Series: Policy and practice in health and social care (22). Dunedin Academic Press: Edinburgh, pp. 10-24. ISBN 9781780460598

Brooks-Hay, O. , Burman, M. and McFeely, C. (2018) Introducing Scotland's approach to domestic abuse. In: Brooks-Hay, O., Burman, M. and McFeely, C. (eds.) Domestic Abuse: Contemporary Perspectives and Innovative Practices. Series: Policy and practice in health and social care (22). Dunedin Academic Press: Edinburgh, pp. 1-9. ISBN 9781780460598

McFeely, C. , Burman, M. and Brooks-Hay, O. (2018) Conclusion: looking back, moving forward ('Ahin/gang forward'). In: Brooks-Hay, O., Burman, M. and McFeely, C. (eds.) Domestic Abuse: Contemporary Perspectives and Innovative Practices. Series: Policy and practice in health and social care (22). Dunedin Academic Press: Edinburgh, pp. 93-102. ISBN 9781780460598

Brooks, O. (2018) Young women’s responses to safety advice in bars and clubs: implications for future sexual violence prevention campaigns. In: Lombard, N. (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Gender and Violence. Routledge: London, pp. 274-286. ISBN 9781472483515

Brooks, O. (2017) ‘Guys! Stop doing it!’: Young women’s adoption and rejection of safety advice when socializing in bars, pubs, clubs and implications for future campaigns. In: Lombard, N. (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Gender and Violence. Routledge. ISBN 9781472483515

Brooks, O. (2014) The interplay between power and reflexivity in the feminist research process. In: Lumsden, K. and Winter, A. (eds.) Reflexivity in Criminological Research: Experiences with the Powerful and the Powerless. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, pp. 90-101. ISBN 9781137379399

Brooks, O. (2013) Gendered freedoms and constraints for young women socialising in bars and clubs. In: Blackshaw, T. (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Leisure Studies. Routledge, pp. 243-256. ISBN 9780415697170

Edited Books

Brooks-Hay, O., Burman, M. and McFeely, C. (Eds.) (2018) Domestic Abuse: Contemporary Perspectives and Innovative Practices. Series: Policy and practice in health and social care. Dunedin Academic Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781780460598

Research Reports or Papers

Armstrong, S. et al. (2020) Left out and locked down: impacts of COVID-19 for marginalised groups in Scotland. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland.

Brooks-Hay, O. , Burman, M. and Bradley, L. (2019) Justice Journeys: Informing Policy and Practice Through Lived Experience of Victim-Survivors of Rape and Serious Sexual Assault. Project Report. Scottish Centre for Crime & Justice Research, Glasgow.

Brooks-Hay, O. , Burman, M. , Bradley, L. and Kyle, D. (2018) Evaluation of the Rape Crisis Scotland National Advocacy Project: Final Report. Project Report. SCCJR.

Brooks-Hay, O. , Burman, M. , Bradley, L. and Kyle, D. (2018) Evaluation of the Rape Crisis Scotland National Advocacy Project: Summary Report. Project Report. SCCJR.

Brooks, O. and Kyle, D. (2015) Dual Reports Of Domestic Abuse Made To The Police In Scotland: A Summary Of Findings From A Pilot Research Study. Project Report. Scottish Institute for Policing Research, Dundee.

Brooks, O. , Burman, M. and Kyle, D. (2015) Evaluation of Support to Report Pilot Advocacy Service: Summary Report. Project Report. Scottish Centre for Crime & Justice Research, Glasgow.

Brooks, O. , Burman, M. , Lombard, N., McIvor, G., Stevenson-Hasgings, L. and Kyle, D. (2014) Violence Against Women: Effective Interventions and Practices with Perpetrators: A Literature Review. Project Report. Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research, Glasgow.

Crowley, A., Brooks, O. and Lombard, N. (2014) Football and Domestic Abuse: A Literature Review. Project Report. Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research, Glasgow.

Mcfeely, C. , Whiting, N., Lombard, N., Brooks, O. , Burman, M. and McGowan, M. (2013) Domestic abuse and gender inequality: an overview of the current debate. Other. Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK.

Parkes, T. et al. (2011) An Evaluation to Assess the Implementation of NHS Delivered Alcohol Brief Interventions: Final Report. Project Report. NHS Health Scotland, Edinburgh, UK.

Eadie, D., MacAskill, S., Brooks, O. , Heim, D., Forsyth, A. and Punch, S. (2010) Pre-teens Learning About Alcohol: Drinking and Family Contexts. Project Report. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, UK.

Parkes, T., MacAskill, S., Brooks, O. , Atherton, I., Jepson, R., Doi, L., McGhee, S. and Eadie, D. (2010) Prison Health Needs Assessment for Alcohol Problems. Other. NHS Health Scotland.

Brooks, O. (2010) Routes to Magic: The Alcoholic Beverage Industry’s Use of New Media in Alcohol Marketing. Other. Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems, Edinburgh, UK.

Hastings, G., Brooks, O. , Stead, M., Angus, K., Anker, T. and Farrell, T. (2010) "They'll Drink Bucket Loads of the Stuff": An Analysis of Internal Alcohol Industry Advertising Documents. Project Report. Alcohol Education Research Council.

Burman, M., Jamieson, L., Nicholson, J. and Brooks, O. (2007) Impact of Aspects of the Law of Evidence in Sexual Offence Trials: An Evaluation Study. Project Report. Scottish Executive Social Research.

Website

Bradley, L. , Brooks, O. and Burman, M. (2020) Justice journeys: Survivor stories. [Website]

This list was generated on Fri May 24 12:00:18 2024 BST.

Grants

Exploring Survivor Views on Sentencing for Rape and Sexual Assault. Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service (SCTS), £48,685: 2023 [PI]

Operation Soteria/Bluestone: transforming the policing response to reports of rape and sexual assault in England and Wales’. Home Office, 2021-23 [Co-I]

Social and health impacts of COVID-19 suppression in vulnerable groups. CSO Covid-19 Rapid Response Call, £186,869, 2020 [Co-I]

IMPRODOVA: Improving Frontline Responses to Domestic Abuse. Horizon 2020, £2.9 million, 2018-2021 [Co-I]

Ugandan parenting programme to reduce gender based violence. Global Challenges Research Fund, £55,754, 2018-19. [Co-I]

Justice Journeys: informing policy and practice through lived experience. Scottish Government, Justice Analytical Services, £37,752. [PI]

Justice Journeys. ESRC Impact Acceleration Account, £20,291: 2017-2018. [Co-I]Evaluation of the Rape Crisis Scotland National Advocacy Project. Rape Crisis Scotland, £39,950: 2016. [Co-I]

Football and Domestic Abuse in Scotland and England: A Feasibility Study. Sir Halley Stewart Trust, £22,618: 2015. [Co-I]

Evaluation of the Police Scotland/Rape Crisis Scotland Pilot Advocacy Support Service. Scottish Institute for Policing Research (SIPR) and Rape Crisis Scotland, £19,498: 2014. [Co-I]

Dual-reports of Domestic Abuse Reported to the Police: A pilot study. Scottish Institute for Policing Research (SIPR), £4,911: 2014. [PI]

Counter-Allegations of Domestic Abuse Reported to the Police: A pilot study. Socio-Legal Studies Association (SLSA) Research Grants Scheme, £1,741: 2014. [PI]

Supervision

Current students

  • Samantha Medio: Exploring the extent to which Relationships in romance films impact the public's perception of domestic abuse
  • Oluwatofunmi Tayo: Law and the Male Gender: A Case Study of Domestic Violence in Nigeria
  • Lisa Armstrong: What is the impact of remand decision-making on the rights of women in Scotland?
  • Yubo Yin: Female victims in the just world: A research on victim-blaming and gender stigma suffered by female victims within and outside the criminal justice system
  • Cassidy Smith: Erasure, Dehumanisation and the Creation of Victimhood in Contemporary True Crime
  • Baturoglu Balci, Ulku
    Constituting Violence: Women's Experiences of Gender-Based Violence in Rural Scotland
  • Chapman, Claire
    Supporting victimised autistic women in Scotland: Using inclusive approaches to understanding their experiences
  • Glinski, Jennifer
    The 'Careful Calculus' in its structural and policy context: what does it cost to leave an abusive relationship?

 Previous students

  • Emma Forbes: The challenge of criminalisation: perception and reality for victims of domestic abuse
  • Stuart Milne:  LGBTI hate crime in Scotland; an exploration of the lived experiences of victims

Teaching

Postgraduate

  • Gender, Crime and Criminal Justice (Course Convenor)

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