Former combatants on sexual violence during warfare; a comparative study of the perspectives of perpetrators, victims, and witnesses

Haer R, Hecker T, Maedl A (2015)
Human Rights Quarterly 37(3): 609-628.

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Human Rights Quarterly
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Haer R, Hecker T, Maedl A. Former combatants on sexual violence during warfare; a comparative study of the perspectives of perpetrators, victims, and witnesses. Human Rights Quarterly. 2015;37(3):609-628.
Haer, R., Hecker, T., & Maedl, A. (2015). Former combatants on sexual violence during warfare; a comparative study of the perspectives of perpetrators, victims, and witnesses. Human Rights Quarterly, 37(3), 609-628.
Haer, R., Hecker, T., and Maedl, A. (2015). Former combatants on sexual violence during warfare; a comparative study of the perspectives of perpetrators, victims, and witnesses. Human Rights Quarterly 37, 609-628.
Haer, R., Hecker, T., & Maedl, A., 2015. Former combatants on sexual violence during warfare; a comparative study of the perspectives of perpetrators, victims, and witnesses. Human Rights Quarterly, 37(3), p 609-628.
R. Haer, T. Hecker, and A. Maedl, “Former combatants on sexual violence during warfare; a comparative study of the perspectives of perpetrators, victims, and witnesses”, Human Rights Quarterly, vol. 37, 2015, pp. 609-628.
Haer, R., Hecker, T., Maedl, A.: Former combatants on sexual violence during warfare; a comparative study of the perspectives of perpetrators, victims, and witnesses. Human Rights Quarterly. 37, 609-628 (2015).
Haer, Roos, Hecker, Tobias, and Maedl, Anna. “Former combatants on sexual violence during warfare; a comparative study of the perspectives of perpetrators, victims, and witnesses”. Human Rights Quarterly 37.3 (2015): 609-628.

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