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Overton, L. 2022. Stay Safe. Online Sociological Review Magazine. https://doi.org/10.51428/tsr.lcny8665
TitleStay Safe
AuthorsOverton, L.
Abstract

Safety and fear, the city and the home, and queering notions of gender-based violence: Lisa Overton’s unsettling short story highlights GBV’s psychological aspects.
This short story and theoretical exegesis is part of the December Issue on the theme of "Home."

Sustainable Development Goals5 Gender equality
10 Reduced inequalities
Research GroupLaw and Politics
Publisher or commissioning bodySociological Review Magazine
Place of publicationOnline
Publication dates
Online06 Dec 2022
Publication process dates
Deposited06 Apr 2023
Completed30 Nov 2022
Output statusPublished
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Overton, L. (2022, December 6). Stay Safe [Online]. The Sociological Review Magazine. https://doi.org/10.51428/tsr.lcny8665

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.51428/tsr.lcny8665
LanguageEnglish
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