LGBTQI police officers going public? An interplay of gender regimes, LGBTQI identities, authority belonging and activism.

Molitor V, Zimenkova T (2017)
Presented at the 5th European Conference on Politics and Gender, University of Lausanne.

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08.06.2017 – 10.06.2017
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Molitor V, Zimenkova T. LGBTQI police officers going public? An interplay of gender regimes, LGBTQI identities, authority belonging and activism. Presented at the 5th European Conference on Politics and Gender, University of Lausanne.
Molitor, V., & Zimenkova, T. (2017). LGBTQI police officers going public? An interplay of gender regimes, LGBTQI identities, authority belonging and activism.. Presented at the 5th European Conference on Politics and Gender, University of Lausanne.
Molitor, V., and Zimenkova, T. (2017).“LGBTQI police officers going public? An interplay of gender regimes, LGBTQI identities, authority belonging and activism.”. Presented at the 5th European Conference on Politics and Gender, University of Lausanne.
Molitor, V., & Zimenkova, T., 2017. LGBTQI police officers going public? An interplay of gender regimes, LGBTQI identities, authority belonging and activism. Presented at the 5th European Conference on Politics and Gender, University of Lausanne.
V. Molitor and T. Zimenkova, “LGBTQI police officers going public? An interplay of gender regimes, LGBTQI identities, authority belonging and activism.”, Presented at the 5th European Conference on Politics and Gender, University of Lausanne, 2017.
Molitor, V., Zimenkova, T.: LGBTQI police officers going public? An interplay of gender regimes, LGBTQI identities, authority belonging and activism. Presented at the 5th European Conference on Politics and Gender, University of Lausanne (2017).
Molitor, Verena, and Zimenkova, Tatiana. “LGBTQI police officers going public? An interplay of gender regimes, LGBTQI identities, authority belonging and activism.”. Presented at the 5th European Conference on Politics and Gender, University of Lausanne, 2017.
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