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    International Review of Victimology

    International Review of Victimology

    2000, Vol.7               

    2001, Vol.8         

    2002, Vol.9         

    2003, Vol.10

    2004, Vol. 11

    2005, Vol.12

    2006, Vol.13

    2007, Vol.14

    2008, Vol.15

    2009, Vol.16

    2010, Vol.17

    2012, Vol.18

    2013, Vol.19

    2014, Vol.20

    2015, Vol.21

    2016, Vol.22



    International Review of Victimology, 2000, Vol.7

    Author

    Title

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    Chris Cunneen, Julie Stubbs

    Male Violence, Male Fantasy and the Commodification of Women through the Internet

    No. 1-3, January

    pp. 5-28

    Nawal H. Ammar

    In the Shadow of the Pyramids: Domestic Violence In Egypt

    No. 1-3, January

    pp. 29-46

    Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian

    The Efficacy of Israeli Law in Preventing Violence Within Palestinian Families Living in Israel

    No. 1-3, January

    pp. 47-66

    Merry Morash, ROANN. BUI, ANNA M. SANTIAGO

    Cultural- Specific Gender Ideology and Wife Abuse in Mexican- Descent Families

    No. 1-3, January

    pp. 67-91

    GISElLE AGUILAR HASS, MARY ANN DUTION, LESLYE E. ORLOFF

    Lifetime Prevalence of Violence Against Latina Immigrants: Legal and Policy Implications

    No. 1-3, January

    pp. 93-113

    Kathy Laster, ROGER DOUGLAS

    Treating Spousal Violence "Differently"

    No. 1-3, January

    pp. 115-139

    Tammy C. Landau

    Women's Experiences with Mandatory Charging for Wife Assault in Ontario, Canada: A Case Against the Prosecution

    No. 1-3, January

    pp. 141-157

    Joanne Belknap, JENNIFER L. HARTMAN

    Police Responses to Woman Battering: Victim Advocates' Reports

    No. 1-3, January

    pp. 159-177

    RUTH LEWIS, RUSELL P. DOBASH, REBECCA EMERSON DOBASH, KATE CAVANAGH

    Protection, Prevention, Rehabilitation or Justice? Women's Use of the Law to Challenge Domestic Violence

    No. 1-3, January

    pp. 179-205

    Edna Erez, TAMMY A. KING

    Patriarchal Terrorism or Common Couple Violence: Attorneys' Views of Prosecuting and Defending Woman Batterers

    No. 1-3, January

    pp. 207-226

    Elizabeth A. Stanko

    Unmasking What Should Be Seen: A Study of the Prevention of Domestic Violence in the London Borough of Hackney

    No. 1-3, January

    pp. 227-242

    Liv Morland

    Community Facilitation in the Norwegian "Mediation Service": What's Happening?

    No.4, September

    pp. 243-250

    Alvar Nelson

    Integrating a Victim Perspective within Criminal Justice: The Swedish Approach

    No.4, September

    pp. 251-263

    Susanne Walther

    Reparation in the German Criminal Justice System: What is, and what Remains to be Done

    No.4, September

    pp. 265-280

    Marion E. I. Brienen, ERNESTINE H. HOEGEN

    Compensation Across Europe: A Quest for Best Practice

    No.4, Septembery

    pp. 281-304

    MICHAEL KILCHLING, MARIANNE LOSCHNIG-GSPANDL

    Legal and Practical Perspectives on Victim/ Offender Mediation in Austria and Germany

    No.4, September

    pp. 305-332

    International Review of Victimology, 2001, Vol.8

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    Israel Nachson

    Truthfulness, Deception and Self- Deception in Recovering True and False Memories of Child Sexual Abuse

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-18

    Matt Hopkins, NICK TILLEY

    Once a Victim, Always A Victim? A Study of How Victimisation Patterns may Change over Time

    No.1, January

    pp. 19-35

    HEATHER Y. SWANTON, PATRICK N. PARKINSON, SANDRA SHRIMPTON, BRIAN I. O'TOOLE, R. KIM OATES

    Statutory Compensation for Victims of Child Sexual Assault: Examining the Efficacy of a Discretionary System

    No.1, January

    pp. 37-62

    Chester L. Britt

    Health Consequences of Criminal Victimization

    No.1, January

    pp. 63-73

    Helmut Kury, Joachim Obergfell-Fuchs, Theodore Ferdinand

    Aging and the Fear of Crime: Recent Results from East and West Germany

    No.1, January

    pp. 75-112

    PER-OLOF H. WIKSTROM, LARS DOLMEN

    Urbanisation, Neighbourhood Social Integration, Informal Social Control, Minor Social Disorder, Victimisation and Fear of Crime

    No.2, May

    pp. 121-140

    Per-Olof H. Wikstrom

    Special Issue on Sweden Introduction

    No.2, May

    pp. 119-120

    Peter Lindstrom

    School Violence: A Multi- Level Perspective

    No.2, May

    pp. 141-158

    WILLIAM R. SMITH, MARIE TORSTENSSON, KERSTIN JOHANSSON

    Perceived Risk and Fear of Crime: Gender Differences in Contextual Sensitivity

    No.2, May

    pp. 159-181

    Suzanna Wikstrom, PER-OLOF H. WIKSTROM

    Why are Single Parents More often Threatened with Violence? A Question of Ecological Vulnerability?

    No.2, May

    pp. 183-198

    Peter L. Martens

    Immigrants as Victims of Crime

    No.2, May

    pp. 199-216

    Eva Tiby

    Victimization and Fear Among Lesbians and Gay Men in Stockholm

    No.2, May

    pp. 217-243

    ALDER VRIJ, HANNAH R. FIRMIN

    Beautiful Thus Innocent? The Impact of Defendants' and Victims' Physical Attractiveness and Participants' Rape Beliefs on Impression Formation in Alleged Rape Cases

    No.3, September

    pp. 245-255

    PETER C. KRATCOSKI, MAG. MAXIMILIAN EDELBACHER, DIUP K. DAS

    Terrorist Victimization: Prevention, Control and Recovery: United Nations Center, Vienna, Austria, April 12, 2000, Executive Summary

    No.3, September

    pp. 257-268

    Sam Garkawe

    The Victim- Related Provisions of the Statute of the International Criminal Court: A Victimological Analysis

    No.3, September

    pp. 269-289

    International Review of Victimology, 2002, Vol.9

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Grant J. Devilly

    Clinical Intervention, Supportive Counselling and Therapeutic Methods: A Clarification and Direction for Restorative Treatment

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-14

    Jan J.M. Van Dijk

    Empowering Victims of Organized Crime: On the Concurrence of the Palermo Convention with the Un Declaration on Basic Principles of Justice for Victims

    No.1, January

    pp. 15-30

    Marijke Malsch

    Compensation of Non- Material Damage in Civil and Criminal Law in the Netherlands

    No.1, January

    pp. 31-42

    Jo-Anne Wemmers

    Restorative Justice for Victims of Crime: A Victim- Oriented Approach to Restorative Justice

    No.1, January

    pp. 43-59

    Susan Herman, David Weisburd

    Restorative Justice for Victims of Crime: A Victim

    No.2, September

    pp. 89-91

    Robert C. Davis, JOEL MILLER

    Immigration and Integration: Perceptions of Community Policing Among Members of Six Ethnic Communities in Central Queens, New York City

    No.2, September

    pp. 93-111

    NADERA SHALHOUB-KEVORKIAN, EDNA ERE

    Integrating a Victim Voice in Community Policing: A Feminist Critique

    No.2, September

    pp. 113-135

    Sylvia Chenery, CHRIS HENSHAW, KEN PEASE

    Repeat Victimisation and the Policing of Communities

    No.2, September

    pp. 137-148

    THOMAS G. BLOMBERG, GORDON P. WALDO, DEBORAH CHESTER

    Assessment of the Program Implementation of Comprehensive Victim Services in a One- Stop Location

    No.2, September

    pp. 149-174

    Justin Ready, DAVID WEISBURD, GRAHAM FARRELL

    The Role of Crime Victims in American Policing: Findings from a National Survey of Police and Victim Organizations

    No.2, September

    pp. 175-195

    Anna T. Laszlo, TAMMY A. RINEHART

    Collaborative Problem- Solving Partnerships: Advancing Community Policing Philosophy to Domestic Violence Victim Services

    No.2, September

    pp. 197-209

    J. Scott Kenney

    Metaphors of Loss: Murder, Bereavement, Gender, and Presentation of the "Victimized" Self

    No.3, December

    pp. 219-251

    Stephen Tomsen

    Victims, Perpetrators and Fatal Scenarios: A Research Note on Anti- homosexual Male Homicides

    No.3, December

    pp. 253-271

    Roderick F.A. Hill

    Restorative Justice and the Absent Victim: New Data from the Thames Valley

    No.3, December

    pp. 273-288

    Aldert Vrij, EMMA KIRBY

    Sex Differences in Interpreting Male- Female Dyad Interactions: Males' Predominance in Perceiving Sexual Intent

    No.3, December

    pp. 289-297

    Heidrun Kiessl, MICHAEL WORGER

    Victimization of Incarcerated Children and Juveniles in South Africa

    No.3, December

    pp. 299-329

    MOHAMED BA-OBAID, CATRIEN C.J.H. BIJLEVELD

    Violence Against Women in Yemen: Official Statistics and an Exploratory Survey

    No.3, December

    pp. 331-347

    International Review of Victimology, 2003, Vol.10

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    Neil Chakraborti, Jon Garland

    An "Invisible" Problem? Uncovering the Nature of Racist Victimisation in Rural Suffolk

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-17

    J. Scott Kenney

    Gender Roles and Grief Cycles: Observations on Models of Grief and Coping in Homicide Cases

    No.1, January

    pp. 19-47

    JASON DITION, DEREK CHADEE, FURZANA KHAN

    The Stability of Global and Specific Measures of the Fear of Crime: Results from a Two Wave Trinidadian Longitudinal Study

    No.1, January

    pp. 49-70

    W. Bradshaw, M. UMBREIT

    Assessing Satisfaction with Victim Services: The Development and Use of the Victim Satisfaction with Offender Dialogue Scale (VSODS)

    No.2, January

    pp. 71-83

    DAVID GADD, STEPHEN FARRALL, DAMIAN DALLIMORE

    Equal Victims or the Usual Suspects? Making Sense of Domestic Abuse Against Men

    No.2, September

    pp. 95-116

    PATRICK J. CARR, KIM A. LOGI0, SHANA MAIER

    Keep Me Informed: What Matters for Victims as they Navigate the Juvenile Criminal Justice System in Philadelphia

    No.2, September

    pp. 117-136

    Simon Holdaway

    Victimization Within Constabularies in England and Wales: The Legacy of Immigration

    No.2, September

    pp. 137-156

    James Jupp

    Refugees and Asylum Seekers as Victims: The Australian Case

    No.2, September

    pp. 157-175

    International Review of Victimology, 2004, Vol.10, 11

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    Thomas Gabor, Fernando Mata

    Victimization and Repeat Victimization Over the Life Span: A Predictive Study and Implications for Policy

    No.3, January

    pp. 193-221

    Julian V. Roberts, Edna Erez

    Communication in Sentencing: Exploring the Expressive Function of Victim Impact Statements

    No.3, January

    pp. 223-244

    Stefaan Pleysier, GEERT VERVAEKE, JOHAN GOETHALS

    Cross- Cultural Invariance and Gender Bias when Measuring "Fear of Crime"

    No.3, January

    pp. 245-260

    S.R. Moody, IAN CLARK

    Dealing with Racist Victimisation: Racially Aggravated Offences in Scotland

    No.3, January

    pp. 261-280

    Edna Erez, Peter R. Ibarra, William F. McDonald

    Transnational Sex Trafficking: Issues and Prospects

    No.1, September

    pp. 1-9

    Alexis A. Aronowitz

    Victimization of Trafficked Persons and Illegal Migrants

    No.1, September

    pp. 11-32

    Liz Kelly

    The Perils of Inclusion and Exclusion: International Debates on the Status of Trafficked Women as Victims

    No.1, September

    pp. 33-47

    Donna M. Hughes

    The Role of "Marriage Agencies" in the Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking of Women from the Former Soviet Union

    No.1, September

    pp. 49-71

    Paola Monzini

    Trafficking in Women and Girls and the Involvement of Organised Crime in Western and Central Europe

    No.1, September

    pp. 73-88

    Jo Goodey

    Promoting "Good Practice" in Sex Trafficking Cases

    No.1, September

    pp. 89-110

    F. Curtol, S. Decarli, A. Di Nicola, E.U. Savona

    Victims of Human Trafficking in Italy: A Judicial Perspective

    No.1, September

    pp. 111-141

    William F. McDonald

    Traffic Counts, Symbols and Agendas: A Critique of the Campaign Against Trafficking of Human Beings

    No.1, September

    pp. 143-176

    Fiona Leverick

    What Has the ECHR Done for Victims? A United Kingdom Perspective

    No.2, November

    pp. 177-200

    Ralph Henham

    Some Reflections on the Role of Victims in the International Criminal Trial Process

    No.2, November

    pp. 201-224

    J. Scott Kenney

    Human Agency Revisited: The Paradoxical Experiences of Victims of Crime

    No.2, November

    pp. 225-257

    Jo-Anne Wemmers, Katie Cyr

    Victims' Perspectives on Restorative Justice: How Much Involvement Are Victims Looking For?

    No.2, November

    pp. 259-274

    Sam Garkawe

    Revisiting the Scope of Victimology- How Broad a Discipline Should it Be?

    No.2, November

    pp. 275-294

    Rainer Strobl

    Constructing the Victim: Theoretical Reflections and Empirical Examples

    No.2, November

    pp. 295-311

    R.I. Mawby

    Crime and Disorder: Perceptions of Business People in Cornwall, England

    No.2, November

    pp. 313-332

    International Review of Victimology, 2005, Vol.12

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    Julie-Anne Gale, Timothy Coupe

    The Behavioural, Emotional and Psychological Effects of Street Robbery on Victims

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-22

    Yoshiko Takahashi

    Toward a Balancing Approach: The Use of Apology in Japanese Society

    No.1, January

    pp. 23-45

    Andromachi Tseloni, Johannes Knusstsson, Gloria Laycock

    Repeat Victimization: Introduction

    No.1, January

    pp. 47-49

    Maxwell McLean

    Domestic Violence and Repeat Victimization

    No.1, January

    pp. 51-74

    Andromachi Tseloni, Ken Pease

    Population Inequality: The Case of Repeat Crime Victimization

    No.1, January

    pp. 75-90

    Nick Tilley

    Strategies and Tactics: Contexts and Mechanisms- The Essence of Effective Prevention

    No.1, January

    pp. 91-106

    Tammy C. Landau

    Policing the Punishment: Charging Practices Under Canada's Corporal Punishment Laws

    No.2, May

    pp. 121-138

    Joan E. Durrant, Staffan Janson

    Law Reform, Corporal Punishment and Child Abuse: The Case of Sweden

    No.2, May

    pp. 139-158

    Leslie Sebba

    Child Protection or Child Liberation? Reflections on the Movement to Ban Physical Punishment by Parents and Educators

    No.2, May

    pp. 159-187

    Mark Carter

    The Constitutional Validity of the Corporal Punishment Defence in Canada: A Critical Analysis of Canadian Foundation for Children, Youth and the Law Versus Canada (Attorney General)

    No.2, May

    pp. 189-211

    Kirsty Welsh

    The Disassociation Between Domestic Violence Service Provision and Multi- Agency Initiatives on Domestic Violence

    No.3, September

    pp. 213-234

    Gerald Cromer

    The Rhetoric of Victimization: An Analysis of the Coverage of Intifada El- Aqsa in the Israeli Press

    No.3, September

    pp. 235-245

    Jason Ditton, Furzana Khan, Derek Chadee

    Fear of Crime Quantitative Measurement Instability Revisited and Qualitative Consistency Added: Results from a Three Wave Trinidadian Longitudinal Study

    No.3, September

    pp. 247-271

    Stefaan Pleysier, Lieven Pauwels, Geert Vervaeke, Johan Goethals

    Temporal Invariance in Repeated Cross- Sectional "Fear of Crime" Research

    No.3, September

    pp. 273-292

    Chris Kershaw, Andromachi Tseloni

    Predicting Crime Rates, Fear and Disorder Based on Area Information: Evidence from the 2000 British Crime Survey

    No.3, September

    pp. 293-311

    International Review of Victimology, 2006, Vol.13

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    Eduardo Paes-Machado, Ana Marcia Nascimento

    Bank Money Shields: Workplaced Victimisation, Moral Dilemmas and Crisis in the Bank Profession

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-25

    Mark S. Umbreit, Betty Vos, Robert B. Coates, Marilyn P. Armour

    Victims of Severe Violence in Mediated Dialogue with Offender: The Impact of the First Multi- Site Study in the U.S.

    No.1, January

    pp. 27-48

    Jon Garland, Neil Chakraborti

    Recognising and Responding to Victims of Rural Racism

    No.1, January

    pp. 49-69

    Stephen Egharevba

    Do African Immigrants in Turku Experience More Racist Harassment in Finland? A Victim- Oriented- Approach

    No.1, January

    pp. 71-98

    John P. J. Dussich

    Japanese Childhood Victims of Sexual Abuse and their Social Perceptions: Comparisons with Children in Germany, Greece and the USA

    No.1, January

    pp. 99-113

    Tim Newburn, Paul Rock

    Urban Homelessness, Crime and Victimisation in England

    No.2, May

    pp. 121-156

    Jonathan Doak, David O'mahony

    The Vengeful Victim? Assessing the Attitudes of Victims Participating in Restorative Youth Conferencing

    No.2, May

    pp. 157-177

    Richard Applegate

    Taking Child Witnesses Out of the Crown Court: A Live Link Initiative

    No.2, May

    pp. 179-200

    Joshua Woods

    Searching for the Victim in the General Sociological Literature on Crime

    No.2, May

    pp. 201-219

    Susan J. Szmania, Monica L. Gracyalny

    Addressing the Court, the Offender, and the Community: A Communication Analysis of Victim Impact Statements in a Non- Capital Sentencing Hearing

    No.3, September

    pp. 231-249

    Karen Brown, David MacAlister

    Injured in the Line of Duty: Is the Practice of Law Becoming a High Risk Occupation?

    No.3, September

    pp. 251-274

    Paul Brunt, Kristin Brophy

    Gay Tourist Victimisation

    No.3, September

    pp. 275-299

    Arrick L. Jackson, Nancy Bonacker

    The Effect of Victim Impact Training Programs on the Development of Guilt, Shame and Empathy Among Offenders

    No.3, September

    pp. 301-324

    International Review of Victimology, 2007, Vol.14

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    William F. McDonald, Edna Erez

    Immigrants as Victims: A Framework

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-10

    Linda A. Miller

    The Exploitation of Acculturating Immigrant Populations

    No.1, January

    pp. 11-28

    Frank Biafora, George Warheit

    Self- Reported Violent Victimization Among Young Adults in Miami, Florida: Immigration, Race/ Ethnic and Gender Contrasts

    No.1, January

    pp. 29-55

    Jock Collins

    Immigrants As Victims of Crime and Criminal Justice Discourse in Australia

    No.1, January

    pp. 57-79

    Robert C. Davis, Nicole J. Hendricks

    Immigrants and Law Enforcement: A Comparison of Native- Born and Foreign- Born Americans' Opinions of the Police

    No.1, January

    pp. 81-94

    Nicole J. Hendricks, Christopher W. Ortiz, Naomi Sugie, Joel Miller

    Beyond the Numbers: Hate Crimes and Cultural Trauma Within Arab American Immigrant Communities

    No.1, January

    pp. 95-113

    Elizabeth M. Keller, Pauline K. Brennan

    Cultural Considerations and Challenges to Service Delivery for Sudanese Victims of Domestic Violence: Insights from Service Providers and Actors in the Criminal Justice System

    No.1, January

    pp. 115-141

    Anita Raj, Jay G. Silverman

    Domestic Violence Help- Seeking Behaviors of South Asian Battered Women Residing in the United States

    No.1, January

    pp. 143-170

    Joanna Shapland, Matthew Hall

    What Do We Know About the Effects of Crime on Victims?

    No.2, May

    pp. 175-217

    Natasha Sem Mens

    Towards an Understanding of "FEAR" as an Intangible Cost of Crime

    No.2, May

    pp. 219-235

    Graham Loomes

    Valuing Reductions in The Risks of Being a Victim of Crime: The "Willingness to Pay" Approach to Valuing the "Intangible" Consequences of Crime

    No.2, May

    pp. 237-251

    Paul Dolan, Ann Netten, Joanna Shapland, Aki Tsuchiya

    Towards a Preference- Based Measure of the Impact on Well- Being Due to Victimisation and the Fear of Crime

    No.2, May

    pp. 253-264

    Paul Dolan, Simon C. Moore

    From Preferences to Experiences: Valuing the Intangible Victim Costs of Crime

    No.2, May

    pp. 265-280

    Sarah Hodgkinsoi, Nick Tilley

    Travel- to- Crime: Homing in on the Victim

    No.3, September

    pp. 281-298

    R. I. Mawby

    Alternative Measures of "Fear of Crime": Results from Crime Audits in a Rural County of England

    No.3, September

    pp. 299-320

    Asher Ben-Arieh, Vered Windman

    Secondary Victimization of Children in Israel and the Child's Perspective

    No.3, September

    pp. 321-336

    Simon C. Moore, Jonathan Shepherd

    Gender Specific Emotional Responses to Anticipated Crime

    No.3, September

    pp. 337-351

    Joanna Shapland

    Brian Williams- An Appreciation

    No.3, September

    pp. 353-354

    International Review of Victimology, 2008, Vol.15

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    Jongyeon Tark, Laura Bedard, Gary Kleck, Dominique Roe-Sepowitz

    Crime Victimization and Divorce

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-17

    Kalle Tryggvesson

    The Role of Alcohol in the Construction of a "Good" Victim- The Attribution of Blame to Male Victims of Violence

    No.1, January

    pp. 19-35

    Tim Hope, Alan Trickett

    The Distribution of Crime Victimisation in the Population

    No.1, January

    pp. 37-58

    Ada Yurman

    The Victimisation Motif as a Guiding Principle of Israeli Discourse

    No.1, January

    pp. 59-83

    Grant J. Devilly

    Science and Victimology

    No.2, May

    pp. 89-90

    Michael O'Connell

    Victimology: A Social Science in Waiting?

    No.2, May

    pp. 91-104

    Grant J. Devilly, Jeffrey M. Lohr

    Science and Pseudoscience in Victims' Services

    No.2, May

    pp. 105-122

    Jeffrey M. Lohr, Bunmi O. Olatunji, Grant J. Devilly

    Threats to Evidence- Based Treatment of Trauma: Professional Issues and Implications

    No.2, May

    pp. 123-146

    Melanie K.T. Takarangi, Devon L.L. Polaschek, Mary Anne Garry, Elizabeth F. Loftus

    Psychological Science, Victim Advocates, and the Problem of Recovered Memories

    No.2, May

    pp. 147-163

    Mario Bunge

    Bayesianism: Science or Pseudoscience?

    No.2, May

    pp. 165-178

    Tony Ward, Theresa Gannon, Pamela M. Yates

    The Treatment of Offenders: Current Practice and New Developments with an Emphasis on Sex Offenders

    No.2, May

    pp. 179-204

    International Review of Victimology, 2009, Vol.15.16

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    Neil Selwyn

    Crime and Prejudice: Exploring the Victimisation of Undergraduate Students

    No.3, January

    pp. 205-222

    Daniel Larsson

    Fear of Crime Among the Poor in Britain and Sweden

    No.3, January

    pp. 223-254

    Matthew Hall

    Prosecuting Domestic Violence: New Solutions to Old Problems?

    No.3, January

    pp. 255-276

    Rebecca Horn, Simon Charters, Saleem Vahidy

    The Victim- Witness Experience in the Special Court For Sierra Leone

    No.3, January

    pp. 277-298

    Carina Ljungwald, Anna Hollander

    Crime Victims in The Swedish Social Services Act

    No.3, January

    pp. 299-326

    Jan Van Dijk

    Free the Victim: A Critique of the Western Conception of Victimhood

    No.1, May

    pp. 1-33

    Suzan Van Der Aa, MAARTEN KUNST

    The Prevalence of Stalking in The Netherlands

    No.1, May

    pp. 35-50

    Marijke Malsch, Anne Groenen, Jan de Keijser, Geert Vervaeke

    Dealing with Stalking: Police Intervention or Court Decision?

    No.1, May

    pp. 51-65

    J.D.W.E. Mulder

    How do We Compensate a Victim's Losses?: An Economic Perspective

    No.1, May

    pp. 67-87

    Kumaravelu Chockalingam, Murugesan Srinivasan

    Fear of Crime Victimization: A Study of University Students in India and Japan

    No.1, May

    pp. 89-117

    Jo-Anne Wemmers

    Victim Reparation and the International Criminal Court

    No.2, September

    pp. 123-126

    Frederic Megret

    The International Criminal Court Statute and the Failure to Mention Symbolic Reparation

    No.2, September

    pp. 127-147

    Heidy Rombouts, Stephan Parmentier

    The International Criminal Court and its Trust Fund are Coming of Age: Towards a Process Approach for the Reparation of Victims

    No.2, September

    pp. 149-182

    Anne-Marie De Brouwer

    What the International Criminal Court has Achieved and can Achieve for Victims/ Survivors of Sexual Violence

    No.2, September

    pp. 183-209

    Jo-Anne Wemmers

    Victims and the International Criminal Court (ICC): Evaluating the Success of the ICC with Respect to Victims

    No.2, September

    pp. 211-227

    Paul A. Norris

    Families of Nations, Victimisation and Attitudes Towards Criminal Justice

    No.3, December

    pp. 229-255

    Anita Heber

    "The Worst thing that Could Happen": On Altruistic Fear of Crime

    No.3, December

    pp. 257-275

    Christina Zarafonitou

    Criminal Victimisation in Greece and the Fear of Crime: A "Paradox" for Interpretation

    No.3, December

    pp. 277-300

    Martyn Denscombe, Gavin Dingwall, Tim Hillier

    Ethics First: Reflections on the Role of Research Ethics at the Initial Stages of an Investigation into Taxi Drivers' Experiences of Crime

    No.3, December

    pp. 301-308

    John Winterdyk, Nikki Filipuzzi

    Identity Theft: Comparing Canadian and Mexican Students' Perceptions and Awareness and Risk of Victimization

    No.3, December

    pp. 309-337

    International Review of Victimology, 2010, Vol.17

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    Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian, John Braithwaite

    Victimology Between the Local and the Global

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-8

    Susanne Karstedt

    From Absence to Presence, From Silence to Voice: Victims in International and Transitional Justice Since the Nuremberg Trials

    No.1, January

    pp. 9-30

    Daphna Golan-Agnon

    Between Human Rights and Hope- What Israelis Might Learn from the Truth and Reconciliation Process in South Africa

    No.1, January

    pp. 31-48

    Raef Zreik

    When Winners Lose: On Legal Language

    No.1, January

    pp. 49-68

    Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian, Tamar Berenblum

    Panoptical Web: Internet and Victimization of Women

    No.1, January

    pp. 69-95

    Simha F. Landau, Yehudit Bendalak

    The Role of Individual, Situational and Interactional Factors in Violence: The Case of Personnel Victimization in Hospital Emergency Wards

    No.1, January

    pp. 97-130

    Amy J. Fitzgerald

    The "Underdog" as "Ideal Victim"? The Attribution of Victimhood in the 2007 Pet Food Recall

    No.2, May

    pp. 131-157

    Jon Garland

    "It's a Mosher Just Been Banged for No Reason": Assessing Targeted Violence Against Goths and the Parameters of Hate Crime

    No.2, May

    pp. 159-177

    Philippe Robert, Renee Zauberman, Lisa Miceli, Sophie Nevanen, Emmanuel Didier

    The Victim's Decision to Report Offences to the Police in France: Stating Losses or Expressing Attitudes

    No.2, May

    pp. 179-207

    Iain R. Brennan, Simon C. Moore, Jonathan P. Shepherd

    Risk Factors for Violent Victimisation and Injury from Six Years of the British Crime Survey

    No.2, May

    pp. 209-229

    Daniela Bolivar

    Conceptualizing Victims' "Restoration" in Restorative Justice

    No.3, September

    pp. 237-265

    Jung Jin Choi, Diane L. Green, Stephen A. Kapp

    Victimization, Victims' Needs, and Empowerment in Victim Offender Mediation

    No.3, September

    pp. 267-290

    Caroline Mellgren, Lieven Pauwels, Marie Torstensson Levander

    Neighbourhood Disorder and Worry About Criminal Victimization in the Neighbourhood

    No.3, September

    pp. 291-310

    K.I. Vibhute

    Compensating Victims of Crime in Ethiopia: A Reflective Analysis of Legislative Paradigm and Spirit

    No.3, September

    pp. 311-350

    International Review of Victimology, 2012, Vol.18

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    Mark Austin Walters, Carolyn Hoyle

    Exploring the everyday world of hate victimization through community mediation

    No.1, January

    pp. 7-24

    Jon Garland

    Difficulties in defining hate crime victimization

    No.1, January

    pp. 25-37

    Gail Mason

    Naming the 'R' word in racial victimization: Violence against Indian students in Australia

    No.1, January

    pp. 39-56

    Barbara Perry, Shahid Alvi

    "We are all vulnerable": The in terrorem effects of hate crimes

    No.1, January

    pp. 57-71

    Nathan Hall

    Policing hate crime in London and New York City: Some reflections on the factors influencing effective law enforcement, service provision and public trust and confidence

    No.1, January

    pp. 73-87

    Margit Averdijk, Henk Elffers

    The discrepancy between survey- based victim accounts and police reports revisited

    No.2, May

    pp. 91-107

    Gerwinde Vynckier

    Mid- adolescent victims: (Un)willing for help?

    No.2, May

    pp. 109-132

    Vicky De Mesmaecker

    Antidotes to injustice? Victim statements impact on victims sense of security

    No.2, May

    pp. 133-153

    Annemarie ten Boom, Karlijn F. Kuijpers

    Victims needs as basic human needs

    No.2, May

    pp. 155-179

    Margit Averdijk, Rolf Loeber

    The role of self- control in the link between prior and future victimization: An indirect test

    No.3, September

    pp. 189-206

    Helmut Hirtenlehner, Barbara Starzer, Christoph Weber

    A differential phenomenology of stalking: Using latent class analysis to identify different types of stalking victimization

    No.3, September

    pp. 207-227

    Maritha Jacobsson, Lottie Wahlin, Tommy Andersson

    Victim- offender mediation in Sweden: Is the victim better off?

    No.3, September

    pp. 229-249

    Chuen-Jim Sheu, Shu-Pin Chiu

    Determinants of property crime victims to report to the police in Taiwan

    No.3, September

    pp. 251-267

    Neil Chakraborti, Irene Zempi

    The veil under attack: Gendered dimensions of Islamophobic victimization

    No.3, September

    pp. 269-284

    International Review of Victimology, 2013, Vol.19

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    Amanda Glasbeek

    "An avalanche of tragedy": Modern girls and the murder of Mrs Mick

    No.1, January

    pp. 7-22

    Corey S. Shdaimah, Shelly A. Wiechelt

    Crime and compassion: Women in prostitution at the intersection of criminality and victimization

    No.1, January

    pp. 23-35

    Elena Marchetti

    Victims or offenders: Who were the 11 Indigenous female prisoners who died in custody and were investigated by the Australian Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody?

    No.1, January

    pp. 37-49

    Colleen Anne Dell, Jennifer M Kilty

    The creation of the expected Aboriginal woman drug offender in Canada: Exploring relations between victimization, punishment, and cultural identity

    No.1, January

    pp. 51-68

    Carine M Mardorossian

    Victimhood in the carceral culture of women s prisons

    No.1, January

    pp. 69-83

    Gillian Balfour

    Do law reforms matter? Exploring the victimization- criminalization continuum in the sentencing of Aboriginal women in Canada

    No.1, January

    pp. 85-102

    Shoshana Pollack

    An imprisoning gaze: Practices of gendered, racialized and epistemic violence

    No.1, January

    pp. 103-114

    Tinneke Van Camp, Jo-Anne Wemmers

    Victim satisfaction with restorative justice: More than simply procedural justice

    No.2, May

    pp. 117-143

    Malini Laxminarayan

    Interactional justice, coping and the legal system: Needs of vulnerable victims

    No.2, May

    pp. 145-158

    Joris van Wijk

    Who is the "little old lady" of international crimes? Nils Christie s concept of the ideal victim reinterpreted

    No.2, May

    pp. 159-179

    Noemi Pereda

    Systematic review of the psychological consequences of terrorism among child victims

    No.2, May

    pp. 181-199

    Lesley Simmonds

    Lost in transition? The changing face of Victim Support

    No.2, May

    pp. 201-217

    Jo-Anne Wemmers

    Victims experiences in the criminal justice system and their recovery from crime

    No.3, September

    pp. 221-233

    Courtney Field, Jaimie Zander, Guy Hall

    "Forgiveness is a present to yourself as well": An intrapersonal model of forgiveness in victims of violent crime

    No.3, September

    pp. 235-247

    Sarah Hicks, Sarah Brown

    Perceptions of risk: A review of the effects of individual and community- level variables on perceptions of risk

    No.3, September

    pp. 249-267

    Mine Ozascilar

    Predicting fear of crime: A test of the shadow of sexual assault hypothesis

    No.3, September

    pp. 269-284

    Josh Nelson, Adie Nelson

    Framing the picture: The Canadian print media s construction of an atypical crime and its victims

    No.3, September

    pp. 285-305

    Anna Gekoski, Joanna R Adler, Jacqueline M Gray

    Interviewing women bereaved by homicide: Reports of secondary victimization by the criminal justice system

    No.3, September

    pp. 307-329

    International Review of Victimology, 2014, Vol.20

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    Joanna Shapland, Jennifer Sloan

    Twenty volumes of victimology: The special issue

    No.1

    pp. 3-5

    Leslie Sebba, Tamar Berenblum

    Victimology and the sociology of new disciplines: A research agenda

    No.1

    pp. 7-30

    Marc Groenhuijsen

    The development of international policy in relation to victims of crime

    No.1

    pp. 31-48

    John van Kesteren, Jan van Dijk, Pat Mayhew

    The International Crime Victims Surveys: A retrospective

    No.1

    pp. 49-69

    Sandra Walklate

    Sexual violence against women: Still a controversial issue for victimology?

    No.1

    pp. 71-84

    Stephan Parmentier, Mina Rauschenbach, Elmar Weitekamp

    Repairing the harm of victims after violent conflict: Empirical findings from Serbia

    No.1

    pp. 85-99

    Jo-Anne Wemmers, Amissi Manirabona

    Regaining trust: The importance of justice for victims of crimes against humanity

    No.1

    pp. 101-109

    Joanna Shapland

    Implications of growth: Challenges for restorative justice

    No.1

    pp. 111-127

    Matthew Hall

    Environmental harm and environmental victims: Scoping out a green victimology

    No.1

    pp. 129-143

    David Miers

    Offender and state compensation for victims of crime: Two decades of development and change

    No.1

    pp. 145-168

    Edna Erez, Julie L Globokar, Peter R Ibarra

    Outsiders inside: Victim management in an era of participatory reforms

    No.1

    pp. 169-188

    Carolyn Hoyle, Nicola Palmer

    Family justice centres: A model for empowerment?

    No.2

    pp. 191-210

    Adie Nelson, Frederick J Desroches

    'Heroes' and victims: Incarcerated bank robbers' accounts of victims and victimization

    No.2

    pp. 211-226

    Tracy L Tamborra, Leila B Dutton, Karen J Terry

    Verbally coerced sex: Does she have to say 'no'?

    No.2

    pp. 227-241

    Sion Jenkins

    Families at war? Relationships between 'survivors' of wrongful conviction and 'survivors' of serious crime

    No.2

    pp. 243-261

    Margit Averdijk

    Methodological challenges in the study of age- victimization patterns. Can we use the accelerated design of the NCVS to reconstruct victim careers?

    No.3

    pp. 265-288

    Tinneke Van Camp, Martine Hebert, Elisa Guidi, Francine Lavoie, Martin Blais

    Teens' self- efficacy to deal with dating violence as victim, perpetrator or bystander

    No.3

    pp. 289-303

    Shane Kilcommins, Mary Donnelly

    Victims of crime with disabilities in Ireland: Hidden casualties in the vision of victim as everyman

    No.3

    pp. 305-325

    Judy Eaton, Tony Christensen

    Closure and its myths: Victims' families, the death penalty, and the closure argument

    No.3

    pp. 327-343

    International Review of Victimology, 2015, Vol.21

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    Dale C Spencer

    Corporeal realism and victimology

    No.1

    pp. 31-44

    Stephanie Fohring

    An integrated model of victimization as an explanation of non- involvement with the criminal justice system

    No.1

    pp. 45-70

    Corinne Funnell

    Racist hate crime and the mortified self: An ethnographic study of the impact of victimization

    No.1

    pp. 71-83

    Roger Matthews

    Female prostitution and victimization: A realist analysis

    No.1

    pp. 85-100

    Nathalie Guzy, Heinz Leitgob

    Assessing mode effects in online and telephone victimization surveys

    No.1

    pp. 101-131

    Jonathan Doak

    Enriching trial justice for crime victims in common law systems: Lessons from transitional environments

    No.2

    pp. 139-160

    Elisa Hoven, Saskia Scheibel

    'Justice for victims' in trials of mass crimes: Symbolism or substance?

    No.2

    pp. 161-185

    Cassandra Cross

    No laughing matter: Blaming the victim of online fraud

    No.2

    pp. 187-204

    Jennifer Pettalia, Joanna Pozzulo

    Bullies on trial: Mock jurors' perceptions of a bully

    No.2

    pp. 205-216

    Lotta Jagervi, Kerstin Svensson

    Conceptions of gender and age in Swedish Victim Support

    No.2

    pp. 217-231

    Laura Garius, Louise Grove

    Enriching the university experience through volunteering: A pilot project

    No.2

    pp. 233-245

    Whitney DeCamp, Heather Zaykowski

    Developmental victimology: Estimating group victimization trajectories in the age- victimization curve

    No.3

    pp. 255-272

    Malini Laxminarayan

    Enhancing trust in the legal system through victims' rights mechanisms

    No.3

    pp. 273-286

    Chris Allen

    'People hate you because of the way you dress': Understanding the invisible experiences of veiled British Muslim women victims of Islamophobia

    No.3

    pp. 287-301

    Simon Wallengren, Caroline Mellgren

    The role of visibility for a minority's exposure to (hate) crime and worry about crime- a study of the Traveller community

    No.3

    pp. 303-319

    Spyridon Kodellas, Bonnie S Fisher, Pamela Wilcox

    Situational and dispositional determinants of workplace victimization: The effects of routine activities, negative affectivity, and low self- control

    No.3

    pp. 321-342

    Francis D Boateng

    Victims of sexual assaults: The experiences of Ghanaian women

    No.3

    pp. 343-360

    International Review of Victimology, 2016, Vol.22

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    Loretta Trickett

    Birds and sluts: Views on young women from boys in the gang

    No.1

    pp. 25-44

    Kim ME Lens, Janne van Doorn, Esmah Lahlah, Antony Pemberton, Stefan Bogaerts

    Observers' reactions to victim impact statements: A preliminary study into the affective and cognitive responses

    No.1

    pp. 45-53

    Dainis Ignatans, Ken Pease

    On whom does the burden of crime fall now? Changes over time in counts and concentration

    No.1

    pp. 55-63

    Christopher P Scheitle

    Crimes occurring at places of worship: An analysis of 2012 newspaper reports

    No.1

    pp. 65-74