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Buckley, H., Holt, S., and Whelan, S. (2007). Listen to Me! Children’s Experiences of Domestic Violence, Child Abuse Review 16(5), 296–310.

Cunningham, A. and Baker, L. (2004). What  about me: Seeking to understand a child's view of violence in the family,  London: Centre for Children and Families in the Justice System.

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