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Victims of crime : problems, policies, and programs / ed. Arthur J. Lurigio, Wesley G. Skogan, Robert C. Davis

Secondary Author Lurigio, Arthur J.
Skogan, Wesley G.
Davis, Robert Carl
Country Estados Unidos. Publication Newbury Park : Sage, cop. 1990 Description 279 p. ; 22 cm Series Sage criminal justice system annuals , 25 ISBN 0-8039-3370-3 CDU 343.988
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Monografia Biblioteca Geral da Universidade do Minho
BGUM 343.988 - V Available 113331

Licenciatura em Criminologia e Justiça Criminal Vitimologia 2º semestre

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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

There has been a great deal of research on criminal victimization, legislation supporting victims and victim programmes and services, but no book has taken recent stock of these advances. Victims of Crime provides a state of the art review of many facets of criminal victimization and many of the efforts that have been made to ameliorate the pain and loss of crime victims. It is a book which will be of great interest to academics and students of the criminal justice system and anyone involved in the help and support of crime victims.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Criminal Victimization
  • Patterns of Criminal Victimization in the United States
  • Healing the Psychological Wounds of Criminal Victimization
  • Predicting Postcrime Distress and Recovery
  • Victims of Sexual Assault
  • Domestic Violence
  • The Criminal Justice Response
  • The Adjudication of Child Sexual Abuse Cases
  • Families and Friends
  • Indirect Victimization by Crime
  • The Police
  • First in Aid?
  • Victim Service Programs
  • Victim Participation in the Criminal Justice System
  • Restitution and Victim Rights in the 1980s
  • The 'Victims Movement' in Europe
  • Which Victim Movement? The Politics of Victim Policy
  • Crime Victims
  • Practices and Prospects

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