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  1. Custody Stalking: A Mechanism of Coercively Controlling Mothers Following Separation.Vivienne Elizabeth - 2017 - Feminist Legal Studies 25 (2):185-201.
    This paper adds to our understandings of women’s post-separation experiences of coercive control through the introduction of a new concept—custody stalking. It is defined as a malevolent course of conduct involving fathers’ use of custody and/or child protection proceedings to overturn historic patterns of care for children. The experience of custody stalking is explored through three composite narratives derived from twelve mothers who participated in an exploratory, qualitative study on the involuntary loss of maternal care time following separation. The losses (...)
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