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Crimes of the community : honour-based violence in the UK. by James Brandon; Centre for Social Cohesion (London, England) Download book PDF, DJV, RTF

Author: James Brandon; Centre for Social Cohesion (London, England)
Publisher: London : Centre for Social Cohesion, 2010.
ISBNISSN: 9781903386644, 1903386640
Notes: 161 pages ; 25 cm
Responsibility: Crimes of the community : honour-based violence in the UK.
Edition: Print book : English : 2nd ed
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