Dr Christina Julios is a sociologist and author with expertise in 'honour'-based violence, gender equality and diversity issues. She is particularly interested in socio-cultural practices harmful to women, the patriarchal mindsets that sustain them and wider public policy responses. Dr Julios has a background in social research and been involved in the voluntary sector for over a decade. She is an Honorary Associate at The Open University of London, Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and Associate Lecturer at Birkbeck University of London, teaching a range of Social Sciences degree courses.
Julios, C. (2015) Forced Marriage and ‘Honour’ Killings in Britain – Private Lives, Community Crimes and Public Policy Perspectives. Farnham: Ashgate.
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