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Stalkers and their Victims
Author: Mullen, Paul E., Pathe, Michele, Purcell, Rosemary
2000
Format: Book
This book covers the recognition of stalking as an issue of concern, the impact on victims and the definition, classification and epidemiology of stalking. Different kinds of stalking are identified, as are physical and sexual association, and international anti-stalking laws. For victims there is practical advice and support, and there are schemes for impact reduction. Advice is given on how to assess and manage the stalker
Criminology, Australia Women, crimes against, prevention Stalking Stalkers Victims of stalkers Stalkers, victims of
Table of contents
Introduction -
1. Stalking - a new categorisation of human behaviour
2. The epidemiology of stalking
3. The victims of stalkers
4. Classifying stalkers
5. The rejected stalker and the resentful stalker
6. The predatory stalker
7. Intimacy seekers and incompetent suitors
8. The erotomanias and the morbid infatuations
9. Same gender stalking
10. Stalking by proxy
11. False victims of stalking
12. Stalking and assault
13. Reducing the impact of stalking
14. Defining and prosecuting the offence of stalking
15. Assessing and managing the stalker
Conclusions. Appendix. References. Index.
Published: Cambridge University Press; Cambridge, England
Shelf Number: Cy12
Acquisiton Number: 214
ISBN: 0521669502

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