(i) General guidelines, including on ethics

Burgess-Proctor, A. (2015) Methodological and ethical issues in feminist research with abused women: Reflections on participants’ vulnerability and empowerment. Women’s Studies International Forum, 48: 124-134.

Downes, J., Kelly, L. and Westmarland, N. (2014) Ethics in Violence and Abuse Research - a Positive Empowerment Approach. Sociological Research Online, 19(1)2.

Ellsberg, Mary et al. (2001). Researching domestic violence against women: Methodological and ethical considerations. Studies in Family Planning, 32(1), March.

Ellsberg, Mary, and Lori Heise (2005). Researching Violence Against Women - A Practice Guide for Researchers and Activists. Washington, D.C.: WHO, PATH.

Jewkes, R., E. Dartnall and Y. Sikweyiya (2012). Ethical and Safety Recommendations for Research on the Perpetration of Sexual Violence. Sexual Violence Research Initiative. Pretoria, South Africa, Medical Research Council. Available from www.svri.org/EthicalRecommendations.pdf.

Logan, TK, Robert Walker, Lisa Shannon & Jennifer Cole (2008) Combining Ethical Considerations With Recruitment and Follow-Up Strategies for Partner Violence Victimization Research. Violence Against Women, 14(11): 1226-1251.

World Health Organisation. (2001). Putting Women First: Ethical and Safety Recommendations for Research on Domestic Violence Against Women. Geneva: World Health Organisation. URL: www.who.int/gender/documents/violence/who_fch_gwh_01.1/en/index.html.