Items by Skinner, Tina
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Skinner, T., Hester, M. and Malos, E., eds., 2005. Researching Gender Violence: Feminist Methodology in Action. Willan Publishing.
Skinner, T., 2005. Researching People in Power: Practice, Analysis and Action. In: Skinner, T., Hester, M. and Malos, E., eds. Researching Gender Violence: Feminist Methodology in Action. Willan Publishing.
Skinner, T. and MacGill, F., 2015. Combining dyslexia and mothering:perceived impacts on work. Gender Work and Organization, 22 (4), pp. 421-435. Item availability may be restricted.
Skinner, T., 2013. Women’s perceptions of how their dyslexia impacts on their mothering. Disability & Society, 28 (1), pp. 81-95.
Smith, O. and Skinner, T., 2012. Observing court responses to victims of rape and sexual assault. Feminist Criminology, 7 (4), pp. 298-326.
Lim, H.-J. and Skinner, T., 2012. Culture and motherhood:Findings from a qualitative study of East Asian mothers living in Britain. Families, Relationships and Societies, 1 (3), pp. 327-343.
Skinner, T., 2011. Dyslexia, mothering and work: intersecting identities, reframing, ‘drowning’ and resistance. Disability & Society, 26 (2), pp. 125-137.
Skinner, T. and Taylor, H., 2009. "Being shut out in the dark": young survivors' experiences of reporting a sexual offence. Feminist Criminology, 4 (2), pp. 130-150.
Smith, O. and Skinner, T., 2015. IPR Policy Brief - Court responses to rape and sexual assault in the UK. Other. University of Bath.
Skinner, T. and Taylor, H., 2005. Providing Counselling, Support and Information to Survivors of Rape: An Evaluation of the 'STAR' Young Persons' Project. Other. Home Office.