Victimization in a multidisciplinary key: Recent advances in victimology

F.W. Winkel (Editor), P.C. Friday (Editor), G.F. Kirchhoff (Editor), R.M. Letschert (Editor)

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Abstract

Victimization in a multidisciplinary key is relevant for academics and practitioners in the domain of juridical, forensic, criminological and psychological victimology, who share an interest in the current state of the art. The focus of this edited volume is on four trends relating to: the victims’ rights explosion, expanding evidence-based knowledge, role construct revival, and spousal assault vulnerability. This volume contains contributions Sam Garkawe, Marc Groenhuijsen, Gerd Ferdinand Kirchhoff & Hidemichi Morosawa, Michael O’Connell, Dame Helen Reeves, Armando Saponaro, and many others.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNijmegen
PublisherWolf Legal Publishers (WLP)
Number of pages495
ISBN (Print)9789058504425
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Winkel, F. W., Friday, P. C., Kirchhoff, G. F., & Letschert, R. M. (Eds.) (2009). Victimization in a multidisciplinary key: Recent advances in victimology. Nijmegen: Wolf Legal Publishers (WLP).
Winkel, F.W. (Editor) ; Friday, P.C. (Editor) ; Kirchhoff, G.F. (Editor) ; Letschert, R.M. (Editor). / Victimization in a multidisciplinary key : Recent advances in victimology. Nijmegen : Wolf Legal Publishers (WLP), 2009. 495 p.
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