The Dynamics of Domestic Abuse and Drug and Alcohol DependencyCitation formats

  • External authors:
  • Juliet Henderson
  • Polly Radcliffe
  • Danielle Stephens-Lewis
  • Amy Johnson
  • Gail Gilchrist

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The Dynamics of Domestic Abuse and Drug and Alcohol Dependency. / Gadd, David; Henderson, Juliet; Radcliffe, Polly; Stephens-Lewis, Danielle; Johnson, Amy ; Gilchrist, Gail.

In: The British Journal of Criminology, 07.05.2019.

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Harvard

Gadd, D, Henderson, J, Radcliffe, P, Stephens-Lewis, D, Johnson, A & Gilchrist, G 2019, 'The Dynamics of Domestic Abuse and Drug and Alcohol Dependency', The British Journal of Criminology. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjc/azz011

APA

Gadd, D., Henderson, J., Radcliffe, P., Stephens-Lewis, D., Johnson, A., & Gilchrist, G. (2019). The Dynamics of Domestic Abuse and Drug and Alcohol Dependency. The British Journal of Criminology. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjc/azz011

Vancouver

Gadd D, Henderson J, Radcliffe P, Stephens-Lewis D, Johnson A, Gilchrist G. The Dynamics of Domestic Abuse and Drug and Alcohol Dependency. The British Journal of Criminology. 2019 May 7. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjc/azz011

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Gadd, David ; Henderson, Juliet ; Radcliffe, Polly ; Stephens-Lewis, Danielle ; Johnson, Amy ; Gilchrist, Gail. / The Dynamics of Domestic Abuse and Drug and Alcohol Dependency. In: The British Journal of Criminology. 2019.

Bibtex

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