What the Gazza documentary gets wrong about domestic violence

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Garrett, R. and Lashbrook, D. 2022. What the Gazza documentary gets wrong about domestic violence. The Conversation.
AuthorsGarrett, R. and Lashbrook, D.
KeywordsFootball ; The Sun ; Phone hacking; Domestic abuse ; Daily Mirror ; Patriarchy ; Intimate partner violence ; Gendered violence ; Piers Morgan ; Paul Gascoigne ; UK football
JournalThe Conversation
Year2022
PublisherThe Conversation Trust (UK) Limited
Web address (URL)https://theconversation.com/what-the-gazza-documentary-gets-wrong-about-domestic-violence-182172
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Online06 May 2022
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Deposited06 Jun 2022
Copyright holder© 2022 The Conversation Trust (UK) Limited
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