- Author:Robert A. Jerin
- Publisher:Wadsworth Pub Co; 1st edition (January 1, 1998)
- Pages:212 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
- FB2 format1669 kb
- ePUB format1169 kb
- DJVU format1476 kb
- Formats:txt lit doc mbr
Victims of Crime book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Victims of Crime: Issues, Programs, and Policy as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
Victims of Crime book.
Find nearly any book by Robert A. Jerin. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Victims of Crime: Understanding Victimology, Victimization And Victim Services. by Robert A. Jerin, Laura J. Moriarty. ISBN 9781933220383 (978-1-933220-38-3) Softcover, Roxbury Pub Co, 2007.
Such Positivist Victimological thought has influenced greatly the policy discourses on crime prevention in general, and the issue of citizen responsibilisation in particular, bringing with it the aforementioned danger of victim blaming. Positivist Victimology itself has been the subject of much labelling. the "Golden Age", the "Dark Age", and the "Age of the Re-emergence of the Victim" (Jerin & Moriarty, 1998;Karmen, 2013;Schafer, 1977).
The book "Crime Victim" is a great resource book that I have used in helping children recover. The book contains special information about the recovery and compensation programs that each state has to assist children who have been the victims of violent crimes by their parents. I would highly recommend the book to any person who is serving as a help to abused or neglected children.
Lurigio, Arthur J. & Skogan, Wesley G. & Davis, Robert C. (1990). Victims of crime : problems, policies, and programs. Victim service programs, Robert C. Davis, Madeline Henley. Victim participation in the criminal justice system, Deborah P. Kelly. Newbury Park, Calif : Sage Publications. Australian/Harvard Citation. Criminal victimization, Wesley G. Skogan, Arthur J. Lurigio, Robert C. Davis.
Victims of Crime, The. Robert A. Jerin, Endicott College. Makes it ideal for students in social service programs such as criminal justice, social work, human services, psychology and sociology. Laura J. Moriarty, Virginia Commonwealth University. The Victims of Crime provides indispensable information on all aspects of crime victimization, victims’ rights, and victims’ services. Organized in an easy-to-follow, four-part format, it provides a look at important events in the field, up-to-date statistical victimization data, and a theoretical understanding of how and why individuals become victims of crime. Gives readers an easy outline that follows a natural progression.
1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Victims of crime from your list? Victims of crime. Understanding victimology and victimization. 2nd ed. Published 2007 by Roxbury Pub. Co. in Los Angeles, Calif.
The Victims of Crime (Paperback) The Victims of Crime provides indispensable information on all aspects of. .
The Victims of Crime (Paperback). Jerin (author), Laura J. Moriarty (author). Paperback 360 Pages, Published: 11/03/2009. The Victims of Crime provides indispensable information on all aspects of crime victimization, victims' rights, and victims' services.
Official crime policy shifted its focus from crime and criminals to victimization and victims in the 1980s and early 1990s. As a result, crime victims were the subject of extensive new legislation addressing victim needs, rights, and services. This book offers a thoughtful reconsideration of the causes of crime and violence in America.
This handbook addresses the crucial and complex topic of victims’ issues, examining both societal and governmental reactions to victims’ concerns and acquainting readers with the issues that discord may cause, and how they affect the provision of services
This handbook addresses the crucial and complex topic of victims’ issues, examining both societal and governmental reactions to victims’ concerns and acquainting readers with the issues that discord may cause, and how they affect the provision of services. This book will serve as an essential reference for academics and practitioners working with crime victims, as well as for students taking courses in victimology, criminology, sociology, and related subjects.