Understanding Violence and Victimization
For courses in Victimology, Criminology, Introduction to Criminal Justice, Ethics in Criminal Justice, and Deviance.Combining theory with applied response, this text explores the various sources of victimization and discusses how violence breeds. It also examines the social or environmental factors that influence victimization, offender-victim relationships, and legal and behavioral responses to victims.
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