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Middlesex University researcher seeks male victims/survivors to interview for research project

We have been contacted by Clara Jones, a Masters student at Middlesex University, who is writing a dissertation on the topic of domestic violence against male victims/survivors. The purpose of the research is to gain an in-depth understanding of male victims’/survivors’ experiences of domestic violence and the support that they have been able to access, as this is an important issue where there is relatively little academic research.

Clara is currently looking for male victims/survivors of domestic violence who would be interested in being interviewed for her research. If you agree to take part, you would be interviewed either online over a Skype call, or in a confidential pre-booked private room at Middlesex University (your preference). The interview is likely to take around 45 minutes. As this is an extremely sensitive topic; therefore, everything that you say would remain confidential and anonymous.

You can find out information, as well as contact details for Clara, in a PDF document available here.

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