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Shame and women's lives in unequal societies

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Shame and women's lives in unequal societies. / Peacock, Marian.

2011. Affect, subjectivity and social order/disorder: The fourth conference of the Psychosocial Studies ., Brighton, United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conference - Without ISBN/ISSN Speech

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Peacock, M 2011, 'Shame and women's lives in unequal societies', Affect, subjectivity and social order/disorder: The fourth conference of the Psychosocial Studies ., Brighton, United Kingdom, 10/06/11. <http://www.brighton.ac.uk/sass/research/conferences/psn.php>

APA

Peacock, M. (2011). Shame and women's lives in unequal societies. Affect, subjectivity and social order/disorder: The fourth conference of the Psychosocial Studies ., Brighton, United Kingdom. http://www.brighton.ac.uk/sass/research/conferences/psn.php

Vancouver

Peacock M. Shame and women's lives in unequal societies. 2011. Affect, subjectivity and social order/disorder: The fourth conference of the Psychosocial Studies ., Brighton, United Kingdom.

Author

Peacock, Marian. / Shame and women's lives in unequal societies. Affect, subjectivity and social order/disorder: The fourth conference of the Psychosocial Studies ., Brighton, United Kingdom.

Bibtex

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author = "Marian Peacock",
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language = "English",
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RIS

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