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Social and psychological consequences of violent victimisation
Author: Ruback, R. Barry
2001
Format: Book
This book discusses the after-effects of violent crime on victims, their families and neighbourhoods. The authors have drawn upon years of research in criminology, public health and clinical practice. They give suggestions about crime prevention and public policy
Victimology Violent crime Psychology Sociology Victimisation, effects Secondary victimisation Witnesses Crime prevention
Table of contents
1. Introduction and Overview
2. Studying the Effects of Victimization
3. Violent Victimization and the Immediate Aftermath
4. Affective, Behavioral, and Cognitive Consequences of Violent
5. Victimization on Direct Crime Victims
6. Secondary Victimization
7. The Effects of Violence on Family Members, Friends, Neighbors, and Professionals
8. The Effect of Violent Victimization on Communities
9. Summary and Implications
Published: Sage; Thousand Oaks, USA
Shelf Number: Vy12
Acquisiton Number: 270
ISBN: 0761910417

1800 VICTIM (1800 842 846)

1800 842 846

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