Everyday Terrorism: How Fear Works in Domestic Abuse

A report written by Professor Rachel Pain for Scottish Women's Aid and the Centre for Social Justice and Community Resources at Durham University. The research suggests that domestic abuse can be considered a form of terrorism, creating long lasting fear and trauma and impacting on wider aspects of society as well the individual.

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One in five women experiences domestic abuse.

 

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