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Victims of Crime: November 2014

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Journal articles

  • A cultural lens on family violence / Roshan Bhandary and Rose Byrnes
    DVRCV Advocate no. 2 Spring/Summer 2014: 37-40
  • Access to justice for family violence victims in Victoria / Janice Watt
    Parity 27(9) Oct 2014: 9-10
  • Addressing adolescent violence / Jo Howard
    DVRCV Advocate no. 2 Summer/Spring 2014: 24-27
  • Addressing the impact of wrongful convictions on crime victims / Seri Irazola, Erin Williamson, Julie Stricker and Emily Niedzwiecki
    NIJ journal no. 274 Oct 2014:
  • Are all cases treated equal? Using Goffman's frame analysis to understand how homicide detectives orient to their work / Shila R Hawk and Dean A Dabney
    British journal of criminology 54(6) Nov 2014: 1129-1147
  • Assisting victims of human trafficking : strategies to facilitate identification, exit from trafficking, and the restoration of wellness / David R Hodge
    Social work 59(2) 2014: 111-118
  • Bring back all girls / Belinda Luscombe and Rana Foroohar
    Time 183(20) 26 May 2014: 30-34
  • Cross-sectional prevalence survey of intimate partner violence perpetration and victimization in Canadian military personnel / Mark A Zamorski and Miriam E Wiens-Kinkaid
    BMC public health 13(1019) 2013: 1-18
  • Dealing with the unknown : learning from stalking victims' experiences / Jenny Korkodeilou
    Crime prevention and community safety 16(4) 2014: 253-268
  • Domestic violence and homelessness in the Northern Territory / Helen Fabinyi
    Parity 27(9) Oct 2014: 12-13
  • From victim to victor : corporate crime in the internet era / Mark Mermelstein and Mona S Amer
    Business law today. Nov 2013:
  • How to reduce global levels of violence by 50% in the coming 30 years : a brief summary of the First Global Violence Reduction Conference Cambridge (UK), 17/18 September 2014 / Manuel Eisner
    The Criminologist 39(6) Nov/Dec 2014: 41-43
  • Intimate partner violence victimization and household financial strain / Venla Salmi and Petri Danielsson
    Journal of Scandinavian studies in criminology and crime prevention 15(2) 2014: 159-166
  • Is the 'shadow of sexual assault' responsible for women's higher fear of burglary? / Helmut Hirtenlehner and Stephen Farrall
    British journal of criminology 54(6) Nov 2014: 1167-1185
  • Is youth violence temporally related to alcohol? A time-series analysis of binge drinking, youth violence and total alcohol consumption in Sweden / Johan Svensson and Jonas Landberg
    Alcohol and alcoholism 48(5) Jun 2013: 598-604
  • Protecting victims of cyberstalking, cyberharassment, and online impersonation through prosecutions and effective laws / Cassie Cox
    Jurimetrics journal of law, science and technology 54(Spring) 2014:
  • Rape, consent and intoxication : a legal practitioner's perspective / Joe Stone
    Alcohol and alcoholism 48(4) May 2013: 384-385
  • Representing human rights : photojournalism and the Alexia Foundation / Erin Jardine
    Human rights defender 23(3) Nov 2014: 16-18
  • Sexual victimization of youth with a physical disability : an examination of prevalence rates, and risk and protective factors / Katrin Mueller-Johnson, Manuel P Eisner and Ingrid Obsuth
    Journal of interpersonal violence 29(17) Nov 2014:
  • The association of mental health conditions with employment, interpersonal, and subjective functioning after intimate partner violence / J Gayle Beck, Joshua D Clapp, Jason Jacobs-Lentz, Judiann McNiff, Megan Avery and Shira A Olsen
    Violence against women 20(11) Nov 2014: 1321-1337
  • The development of the law relating to forced marriage : does the law reflect the interests of the victim? / Ruth Gaffney-Rhys
    Crime prevention and community safety 16(4) 2014: 269-293
  • The scars of financial abuse / Emma Smallwood and Donna Letchford
    DVRCV Advocate no. 2 Spring/Summer 2014: 33-36
  • Unprotected / Rachel Sturtz
    Outside (online). 2014:
  • Why the impact? Negative affective change as a mediator of the effects of victim impact statements / Amy L Wevodau, Robert J Cramer, Andre Kehn and John W III Clark
    Journal of interpersonal violence 29(16) Nov 2014: 2884-2903
  • Women's experiences of the processes associated with the Family Court of Australia in the context of domestic violence : a thematic analysis / Donna Roberts, Peter Chamberlain and Paul Delfabbro
    Psychiatry, psychology and law. 06 Nov 2014:18 p