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Queer Victims: Reports of Violence by LGBTQI Survivors Result in Violent Assaults by Police

Abstract LGBTQI people are often victimized by law enforcement and these victimizations often are related to victimizations of domestic violence and hate violence. Because reporting a victimization to the police leads to contact with police, a part of the research question involved herein looked at whether or not reporting a victimization to the police also increases the rate of police violence. Through secondary data analysis, this study investigated the correlation between reporting domestic violence and hate violence to the police, and subsequent victimizations by the police in the form of police violence. Additionally through secondary data analysis, this study investigated whether or not this correlation is stronger with transgender women and p... (more)
Created Date 2016
Contributor Farr, Patrick Matthew (Author) / Lecroy, Craig (Advisor) / Sangalang, Cindy (Committee member) / Brown, Mary Ellen (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)
Subject Social work / LGBTQ studies / Women's studies / Domestic Violence / Hate Crimes / Institutional Violence / Intimate Partner Violence / LGBTQI / Police Violence
Type Masters Thesis
Extent 65 pages
Language English
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Note Masters Thesis Social Work 2016
Collaborating Institutions Graduate College / ASU Library
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