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Reconceptualizing Critical Victimology: Interventions and Possibilities

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by Dale Spencer
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Reconceptualizing Critical Victimology: Interventions and Possibilities by Dale Spencer

This book discusses the manifold levels (micro vs. macro) and forms (physical, sexual, etc.) of victimization. Contributors move beyond the individualizing analysis characteristic of psychological approaches to victims by revealing the relational genesis of both the experience of victimization and the broader structural context that imputes values on and in many ways shapes the experiences of traumatized persons.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 268
Size: 3.8 MB
Publisher: Lexington Books
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 2370007469512 (DRM-EPUB)
9781498510271 (DRM-PDF)

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