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Exploring the intersection between violence against women and children from the perspective of parents convicted of child homicide
(Springer Verlag, 2018)
Violence against women and violence against children are distinct research fields. Quantitative studies have demonstrated their intersection, but qualitative data provides an opportunity for a comprehensive understanding ...
Exploring a sample of university students’ perceptions of menstruation
(National Inquiry Services Centre (NISC), 2016)
This study aimed to explore how a sample of young South African women constructed their perceptions of menstruation. The sample comprised 16 racially/ethnically diverse female university students (blacks = 4, whites = 2, ...
Abused women's understandings of intimate partner violence and the link to intimate femicide
(Institute for qualitative research, 2016)
In this article, we explore how women survivors of intimate partner violence understand the abuse they endured and the possible link to intimate femicide. This is a qualitative study based on a feminist poststructuralist ...
Exploring adversities among parents convicted of killing their children
(PLOS ONE, 2020-07-22)
Experiencing adversities has been associated with the use of violence but this has not been explored with filicide offenders in South Africa. Individual, semi-structured interviews were conducted with 22 parents/steppa ...