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  1. Crime victims: theory, policy and practice - Basia Spalek 2017

    Book 

  2. Victimisation: theory, research and policy - Pamela Davies, Peter Francis, Victor Jupp 2004

    Book 

  3. Victimology: victimisation and victims' rights - Lorraine Wolhuter, Neil Olley, David Denham c2009

    Book 

  4. Rethinking violence against women - R. Emerson Dobash, Russell Dobash, Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation c1998

    Book 

  5. New visions of crime victims - Carolyn Hoyle, Richard Young 2004

    Book 

  6. Crime victims: an introduction to victimology - Andrew Karmen 2006

    Book 

  7. Trends and issues in victimology - Natti Ronel, K. Jaishankar, Moshe Bensimon 2008 (electronic resource)

    Book 

  8. Critical victimology: international perspectives - R. I. Mawby, Sandra Walklate 1994

    Book 

  9. Sex trafficking: international context and response - Marie Segrave, Sanja Milivojevic, Sharon Pickering 2009

    Book 

  10. Law's Progressive Potential: The Value of Engagement with the Law for Domestic Violence - Ruth Lewis, Rebecca Emerson Dobash, Russell P Dobash, Kate Cavanagh 03/2001

    Article 

  11. Rape myths as neutralizing cognitions: evidence for a causal impact of anti‐victim attitudes on men's self‐reported likelihood of raping - European Journal of Social Psychology, Gerd Bohner, Marc‐André Reinhard, Stefanie Rutz 1998

    Article 

  12. Gang talk and gang talkers: A critique - Simon Hallsworth, Tara Young 08/2008

    Article 

  13. Media & crime - Yvonne Jewkes 2015

    Book 

  14. Crime and media: a reader 2010

    Book 

  15. Perceptual harm and the corporate criminal - Sheley, E. September 2012

    Article