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New visions of crime victims
2004
Format: Book
A book of new research into criminal victimisation. The authors analyse the development and deficiences of Victimology, and explore the stereotypical concepts of crime victims, as well as less well-known crime situations imposed on crime victims. They also look at restorative justice, and the victims's role
Victimology Victims of crime Rape victims, male Abuse, partner Restorative justice Criminal justice system Victims' role in the criminal justice system Victimhood
Table of contents
On becoming a victim - Paul Rock
Male victims of rape - responses to a perceived threat to masculinity - Stephanie Allen
Victims of paramilitary punishment attacks in Belfast - Heather Hamill
Female-on-male domestic violence - uncommon or ignored? - Ann Grady
Securing restorative justice for the 'non-participating' victim - Carolyn Hoyle
Testing the limits of restorative justice - the case of corporate victims - Richard Young
The trial of Rose West - contesting notions of victimhood - Jo Winter
Victim participation in an exclusionary criminal justice system - Andrew Sanders
Published: Hart Publishing Ltd; Abingdon, United Kingdom
Shelf Number: Vy01
Acquisiton Number: 2529
ISBN: 1841135216

1800 VICTIM (1800 842 846)

1800 842 846

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