International handbook of victimology [electronic resource] / edited by Shlomo Giora Shoham, Paul Knepper, Martin Kett.

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Published: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, c2010.
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Table of Contents:
  • Becoming a victim / Rainer Strobl
  • The meaning of justice for victims / Jo-Anne Wemmers
  • The evolution of a young, promising discipline: sixty years of victimology, a retrospective and prospective look / Ezzat A. Fattah
  • History and a theoretical structure of victimology / Gerd Ferdinand Kirchhoff
  • Property crimes and repeat victimization: a fresh look / Andromachi Tseloni and Ken Pease
  • Key victimological findings from the international crime victims survey / John Van Kesteren and Jan Van Dijk
  • Patterns of communcal violence victimization in South India: a geographic information systems (GIS) analysis / K. Jaishankar
  • Secondary victims and secondary victimization / Rachel Condry
  • Drugs and alcohol in relation to crime and victimization / Marilyn Clark
  • Victims of sex trafficking: gender, myths, and consequences / Sanja Milivojevic and Sanja Ćopić
  • Occupational victimization / Richard Lusignan and Jacques D. Marleau
  • Tourism and victimization / Rob I. Mawby, Elaine Barclay, and Carol Jones
  • Victims and criminal justice in Europe / Joanna Shapland
  • Lobbying for rights: crime victims in Israel / Uri Yanay and Tali Gal
  • Victim services in the United States / Bernadette T. Muscat
  • Fear of crime in the Republic of Ireland: understanding its origins and consequences / Michelle Butler and Paul Cunningham
  • When prisoners leave: victim-offender relationships in a transitions context / Rob White
  • Death of a metaphor? Healing victims and restorative justice / Tom Daems
  • The healing nature of apology and its contributions toward emotional reparation and closure in restorative justice encounters / Eyal Brook and Sharon Warshwski-Brook
  • Exploring the effects of restorative justice of crime victims for victims of conflict in transitional societies / Heather Strang
  • The hidden violent victimization of women / Walter S. Dekeseredy
  • Images of criminality, victimization, and disability / Manuel Madriaga and Rebecca Mallett
  • The psychological impact of victimization: mental health outcomes and psychological, legal, and restorative interventions / Simon N. Verdun-Jones and Katherine R. Rossiter
  • Culture and wife abuse: an overview of theory, research, and practice / Carla Machado, Ana Rita Dias, and Cláudia Coelho
  • The idea of the crime victim as a Trojan Horse in the Swedish social services act / Carina Ljungwald
  • Conclusion / Shlomo G. Shoham and Paul Knepper.