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Coercive control as a framework for responding to male partner abuse in the UK

Evan Stark and Cassandra Wiener

Coercive Control as a Framework for Responding to Male Partner Abuse in the UK: Opportunities and Challenges

Lombard, N (ed) (2024) The Routledge Handbook of Gender and Violence (Routledge, forthcoming).

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Cassandra Wiener

Defining Coercive Control in Law: Problems and Possibilities

Bettinson, V (ed) (2023) The Edward Elgar Handbook of Domestic Abuse (Edward Elgar forthcoming)

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Cassandra Wiener

From Social Construct to Legal Paradigm: the New Offence of Coercive or Controlling Behaviour in England and Wales

Marilyn McMahon and Paul McGorrery, (eds) Criminalising Non-Physical Family Violence: Coercive Control and Autonomy Crimes (Springer International)

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Cassandra Wiener

Seeing What is Invisible in Plain Sight: Policing Coercive Control

The Howard Journal of Crime and Justice

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Cassandra Wiener

Grooming and Coercive Control

[2019] (67) Safe: The Domestic Abuse Quarterly 23. 

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Cassandra Wiener

The New Law on Controlling or Coercive Behaviour in England and Wales: Progress But Not (Yet) A Solution?

(2019) 28(3) Human Rights Defender 11. 

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Evan Stark and Cassandra Wiener

Coercive Control, the Offense and Men: A Response to Bates and Talyor

[2019] 25(2) Domestic Violence Report 31. 

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Cassandra Wiener

Caroline Flack’s death shows why police and CPS need more training in domestic abuse cases

The Conversation, February 2020


Cassandra Wiener

Coercive control doesn't end with a breakup and the law has to reflect that

iNews, March 2020

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