Writing about rape: Use of the passive voice and other distancing text features as an expression of perceived responsibility of the victim.

Bohner G (2001)
British Journal of Social Psychology 40: 515-529.

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Bohner G. Writing about rape: Use of the passive voice and other distancing text features as an expression of perceived responsibility of the victim. British Journal of Social Psychology. 2001;40:515-529.
Bohner, G. (2001). Writing about rape: Use of the passive voice and other distancing text features as an expression of perceived responsibility of the victim. British Journal of Social Psychology, 40, 515-529.
Bohner, G. (2001). Writing about rape: Use of the passive voice and other distancing text features as an expression of perceived responsibility of the victim. British Journal of Social Psychology 40, 515-529.
Bohner, G., 2001. Writing about rape: Use of the passive voice and other distancing text features as an expression of perceived responsibility of the victim. British Journal of Social Psychology, 40, p 515-529.
G. Bohner, “Writing about rape: Use of the passive voice and other distancing text features as an expression of perceived responsibility of the victim.”, British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 40, 2001, pp. 515-529.
Bohner, G.: Writing about rape: Use of the passive voice and other distancing text features as an expression of perceived responsibility of the victim. British Journal of Social Psychology. 40, 515-529 (2001).
Bohner, Gerd. “Writing about rape: Use of the passive voice and other distancing text features as an expression of perceived responsibility of the victim.”. British Journal of Social Psychology 40 (2001): 515-529.
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