02--Victims & Victimology

Albee, George W., Justin M. Joffe & Linda A. Dusenbury.  Prevention, powerlessness, and politics:  readings on social change.  Newbury Park, CA:  Sage Publications, 1988.  557p.  Published in cooperation with the Vermont Conference on the Primary Prevention of Psychopathology.

Alvazzi del Frate, Anna.  Victims of crime in the developing world.  Rome, Italy:  United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Reasearch Institute, 1998.  157p.

Andolsen, Barbara Helkert, Christine E. Gudorf & Mary D. Pellauer.  Women’s consciousness, women’s conscience:  a reader in feminist ethics.  San Francisco:  Harper & Row, 1985 & 1987.  310p.

Aves, Geraldine M., ed.  Pivot:  the report of a working party on the National Association of Voluntary Help Organisers (NAVHO).  Berkhamsted:  The Volunteer Centre, 1976.  30p.

Baenninger, Ronald, ed.  Targets of violence and aggression.  Amsterdam;  New York:  North-Holland;  New York, N.Y.:  Distributors for the United States and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co., 1991.  476p.

Bande, Usha, ed.  Victim consciousness in Indian-English novel.  Jalandhara:  ABS Publications, 1997.  148p.

Bard, Morton, & Dawn Sangrey.  The crime victim's book.  New York:  Basic Books, 1979.  223p.  2nd ed.  New York:  Brunner/Mazel, 1986.  244p.

Barry, Kathleen.  Female sexual slavery.  New York;  London:  New York University Press, 1984 (1st pub. 1979).  325p.

Bass, Ellen, Louise Thornton & Jude Brister, et al.  I never told anyone:  writings by women survivors of child sexual abuse.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1983.  278p.

Bear, Zetta, ed.  Good practice in counselling people who have been abused.  London;  Bristol, Penn.:  Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1998.  203p.

Bianchi, H. Herman.  Justice as sanctuary:  toward a new system of crime control.  Bloomington:  Indiana University Press, 1994.  199p.

Biderman, Albert D., et al.  Report on a pilot study in the District of Columbia on victimization and attitudes toward law enforcement.  Bureau of Social Science Research.  Washington, DC:  GPO, 1967.  176p.

Block, Richard, ed.  Victimization and fear of crime:  world perspectives.  Washington, DC:  U.S. Dept. of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics:  GPO, 1984.  102p.  Cross-cultural studies of crime victims.

Blue, Rose, Corinne J. Naden & Austin Sarat.  The duty to rescue.  Philadelphia, PA:  Chelsea House, 1999.  Discusses what happens whem a crime against the innocent takes place and nobody cares and protection those responsible for rescuing the victims.

Boers, Arthur Paul.  Justice that heals:  a biblical vision for victims and offenders.  Epilogue by Ron Claassen.  Study guide by Eddy Hall.  Newton, KS:  Faith and Life Press, 1992.  166p. 

Boutellier, Hans.  Morality and crime:  the significance of criminal justice in post-modern culture.  Boston:  Kluwer Academic, 1999.  251p.  First published as:  Solidariteit en slachtofferschap:  de morele betekenis van criminaliteit in een postmoderne cultuur.  Nijmegen:  SUN, 1993.  Author’s doctoral thesis, Universiteit van Amsterdam, 1993.

Brantingham, Paul J., & Stephen T. Easton.  The costs of crime:  who pays and how much?  Vancouver, B.C., Canada:  Fraser Institute, 1998.  40p.

Brewer, James D.  The danger from strangers:  confronting the threat of assault.  Foreword by William S. Sessions.  New York:  Insight Books, 1994.  267p.

Brillon, Yves.  Victimization and fear of crime among the elderly.  Translated by D.R. Crelinsten.  Toronto:  Butterworths, 1987.  119p.

Brown, Sandra L.  Counseling victims of violence.  Alexandria, VA:  American Association for Counseling and Development, 1991.  243p.

Brownell, Herbert.  The forgotten victims of crime.  Introduction by Keith Highet.  New York:  Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 1976.  31p.

Canadian urban victimization survey bulletin.  Newspaper.  Sondage canadien sur la victimisation en milieu urbain, bulletin.  Ottawa:  Programs Branch, Research and Statistics Group, 1983-present.

Carter, C. Allen.  Scapegoat process.  1996.

Chapman, Jane Roberts, & Margaret Gates, eds.  The Victimization of women.  Beverly Hills, CA:  Sage Publications, 1978.  282p.

Coffey, Rebecca.  Unspeakable truths and happy endings:  new trauma therapy.  Lutherville, MD:  Sidran Press, 1998.  226p.  On violence, post-traumatic stress disorder & psychic trauma.

Colman, Arthur D.  Up from scapegoating:  awakening consciousness in groups.  Wilmette, IL:  Chiron Publications, 1995.  140p.

Comstock, Betsy S., et al, eds.  Phenomenology and treatment of psychiatric emergencies.  New York:  SP Medical & Scientific Books, 1984.  241p.

Congresso mondiale di vittimologia (4th:  1988:  Italy)

Consedine, Jim.  Restorative justice:  healing the effects of crime.  Lyttelton, N.Z.:  Ploughshares Publications, 1995.  176p.

Crawford, Adam, & Jo Goodey, eds.  Integrating a victim perspective within criminal justice:  international debates.  Brookfield, VT:  Ashgate, 2000. 

Davies, Pamela, Peter Francis & Victor Jupp, eds.  Invisible crimes:  their victims and their regulation.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1999. 

Dean, Donna M.  Warriors without weapons:  the vitimization of military women.  Pasadena, MD:  Minerva Center, 1997.  144p.

Deogaonkar, Shashishekhar Gopal.  Tribal exploitation:  a study of victims of crime and bondedness.  New Delhi, India:  Inter-India Publications, 1990.  159p.  Case study of Maria (Indic people) from Gadchiroli District, India.

Doerner, William G., & Steven P. Lab.  Victimology.  Cincinnati, OH:  Anderson Pub. Co., 1995.  268p.  2nd ed., 1998, 339p.

Douglas, Tom.  Scapegoats:  transferring blame.  London;  New York:  Routledge, 1995.  213p.

Drapkin Senderey, Israel, & Emilio Viano, eds.  Victimology.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1974.  263p.

Drapkin, Israel, & Emilio Viano, eds.  Crimes, victims, and justice.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1975.  234p.  From the International Symposium on Victimology, 1st, Jerusalem, 1973.

Drapkin, Israel, & Emilio Viano, eds.  Exploiters and exploited:  the dynamics of victimization.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1974.  203p.  From International Symposium on Victimology, 1st, Jerusalem, 1973.

Drapkin, Israel, & Emilio Viano, eds.  Society's reaction to victimization.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1974.  240p.  From International Symposium on Victimology, 1st, Jerusalem, 1973.

Drapkin, Israel, & Emilio Viano, eds.  Theoretical issues in victimology.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1974.  217p.  From International Symposium on Victimology, 1st, Jerusalem, 1973.

Drapkin, Israel, & Emilio Viano, eds.  Violence and its victims.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1975.  208p.  From International Symposium on Victimology, 1st, Jerusalem, 1973.

Dundas, Evalyn.  Healing the victim:  new methods to treat victims of life abusers.  Saratoga, CA:  R&E Publishers, 1994. 

Everstine, Diana Sullivan, & Louis Everstine.  People in crisis:  strategic therapeutic interventions.  New York:  Brunner/Mazel, 1983.  258p. 

Faherty, Sara, & Austin Sarat, eds.  Victims and victims' rights., general editor.  Philadelphia:  Chelsea House, 1999.  111p.

Fattah, Ezzat A., ed.  The Plight of crime victims in modern society.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1989.  363p.

Fattah, Ezzat A., ed.  Towards a critical victimology.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1992.  433p.

Flannery, Raymond B.  Violence in the workplace.  New York:  Crossroad, 1995.  188p.

Flowers, Ronald B.  The victimization and exploitation of women and children:  a study of physical, mental, and sexual maltreatment in the United States.  Jefferson, NC:  McFarland, 1994.  240p.

Friedman, Kenneth, et al, eds.  Victims and helpers:  reactions to crime.  Washington, DC:  U.S. Dept. of Justice, National Institute of Justice, 1982.  29p.

Galaway, Burt, & Joe Hudson, eds.  Perspectives on crime victims.  Saint Louis:  C.V. Mosby Co., 1981.  435p.

Gedatus, Gustav Mark.  Hate crimes:  perspectives on violence.  Mankato, MN:  LifeMatters, 2000. 

Gill, M. L., & R.I. Mawby.  Volunteers in the criminal justice system:  a comparative study of probation, police, and victim support.  Milton Keynes, England;  Philadelphia:  Open University Press, 1990.  148p.

Greenberg, Martin S., & R. Barry Ruback.  After the crime:  victim decision making.  New York:  Plenum Press, 1992.  293p.

Gudorf, Christine E.  Victimization:  examining Christian complicity.  Philadelphia:  Trinity Press, 1992.  124p.

Hendricks, James Earnest, & Bryan Byers, eds.  Crisis intervention in criminal justice/social service.  2nd ed.  Springfield, IL:  C.C. Thomas, 1991.  267p.  1996, 414p.

Hendricks, James Earnest.  Crisis intervention:  contemporary issues for on-site interveners.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1985.  203p.  2nd ed., 1995, 285p.

Hentig, Hans von (1887-1974).  The criminal & his victim:  studies in the sociobiology of crime.  Preface by Marvin E. Wolfgang.  Hamden, CT: Archon Books, 1967.  New York:  Schocken Books, 1979.  First published, 1948.  461p.

Holder, Maryse.  Give sorrow words:  Maryse Holder's letters from Mexico.  Introduction by Kate Millett.  New York:  Grove Press:  distributed by Random House, 1979.  302p.

Hyde, Margaret Oldroyd, & Margaret O. Hyde.  The rights of the victim.  New York:  F. Watts, 1983.  117p.

Hyde, Margaret Oldroyd.  The rights of the victim.  New York:  F. Watts, 1983.  117p. 

Kaiser, Günther, Helmut Kury & Hans-Jörg Albrecht, eds.  Victims and criminal justice:  particular groups of victims.  Freiburg i. Br.:  Max-Planck-Institut für Ausländisches und Internationales Strafrecht, 1991.  2 volumes, 951p.

Kaiser, Günther, Helmut Kury & Hans-Jörg Albrecht, eds.  Victims and criminal justice. Victimological research:  stocktaking and prospects.  Freiburg i. Br.:  Max-Planck-Institut für Ausländisches und Internationales Strafrecht, 1991.  762p.  Publication upon the occasion of the VIIth International Symposium on Victimology in Rio de Janeiro/Brazil 1991.

Knopp, Fay Honey, & Anna Rose Benson.  A primer on the complexities of traumatic memory of childhood sexual abuse:  a psychobiological approach.  Brandon, VT:  Safer Society Press, 1996.  318p.

Kosberg, Jordan I., ed.  Abuse and maltreatment of the elderly:  causes and interventions.  Boston:  PSG Inc., 1983.  448p.

LaVigne, Michelle.  The alien abduction survival guide:  how to cope with your ET experience.  Newberg, OR:  Wild Flower Press, 1995.  109p.

Lord, Janice Harris.  No time for goodbyes:  coping with sorrow, anger, and injustice after a tragic death.  4th ed.  Ventura, CA:  Pathfinder Pub. of CA, 1991.  177p.

Lowman, John, & Brian D. MacLean, eds.  Realist criminology:  crime control and policing in the 1990s.  Toronto;  Buffalo:  University of Toronto Press, 1992.  370p.  Essays resulting from an international conference “Realist Criminology in the 1990s” held in Vancouver in May, 1990.

MacHovec, Frank J.  Becoming street smart.  Far Hills, NJ:  New Horizon Press, 1994.  181p.

MacNamara, Donal E. J., & Andrew Karmen, eds.  Deviants:  victims or victimizers.  Beverly Hills:  Sage Publications, 1983.  256p.

Maguire, Mike, & Claire Corbett.  The effects of crime and the work of victims support schemes.  Aldershot, Hants, England;  Brookfield, VT:  Gower, 1987.  276p.  National Association of Victims Support Schemes (Great Britain).

Mawby, R. I., & Sandra Walklate.  Critical victimology:  international perspectives.  London;  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage, 1994.  224p.

McCullough, Christopher J., & Kristin Anundsen.  Nobody’s victim:  freedom from therapy and recovery.  New York:  C. Potter, 1995.  200p.

McDonald, John, Ben Wachtel & Ted Wachtel, et al.  Real justice training manual:  coordinating family group conferences.  Pipersville, PA:  Piper's Press, 1995.  107p.

Meadows, Robert J.  Understanding violence and victimization.  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Prentice Hall, 1998.  220p.

Moe, Barbara A.  Coping as a survivor of a violent crime.  New York:  Rosen Pub. Group, 1995.  134p.  Especially young survivors.

Murdoch, Derrick.  Disappearances:  true accounts of Canadians who have vanished.  Toronto, Ont.:  Doubleday Canada;  Garden City, N.Y.:  Doubleday, 1983.  204p.

Ochberg, Frank M., ed.  Post-traumatic therapy and victims of violence.  New York:  Brunner/Mazel, 1988.  370p.

O'Connor, Art.  Criminals:  inside the minds of criminals and victims.  Dublin:  Marino, 1996.  191p.

Palmer, Jed.  Everything you need to know when you are the victim of a violent crime.  New York:  Rosen Pub. Group, 1994.  64p.

Parsonage, William H., ed.  Perspectives on victimology.  Beverly Hills:  Published in cooperation with the American Society of Criminology;  Sage Publications, 1979.  159p.

Pasternack, Stefan A., ed.  Violence and victims.  New York, Spectrum Publications;  Halsted Press, 1974.  215p.

Perera, Sylvia Brinton.  The scapegoat complex:  toward a mythology of shadow and guilt.  Toronto, Canada:  Inner City Books, 1986.  126p.

Pillari, Vimala.  Scapegoating in families:  intergenerational patterns of physical and emotional abuse.  New York:  Brunner/Mazel, 1991.  215p.

Poliny, Valiant R. W.  A public policy analysis of the emerging victims' rights movement.  San Francisco:  Austin & Winfield, 1994.  726p.  Author's Ph. D. thesis, University of Illinois, 1992.

Rajan, Vasu Nair.  Victimology in India:  an introductory study.  New Delhi:  Allied Publishers, 1981.  136p.

Redondo, Santiago, et al.  Advances in psychology and law:  international contributions.  Berlin;  New York:  Walter de Gruyter, 1997.  542p.  Papers of the Fourth European Conference of Psychology and Law, held in Barcelona, Apr. 1994.

Reiss, Albert J., & Michael Tonry, eds.  Communities and crime.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 1986.  421p.  Victims & crime.

Rock, Paul Elliott, ed.  Victimology.  Aldershot, Hants, England;  Brookfield, VT:  Dartmouth, 1994.  304p.

Rock, Paul Elliott.  Helping victims of crime:  the Home Office and the rise of victim support in England and Wales.  Oxford:  Clarendon Press;  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1990.  442p.

Sank, Diane, David I. Caplan & Brian Sank Firschein, eds.  To be a victim:  encounters with crime and injustice.  New York:  Plenum Press, 1991.  481p.

Schafer, Stephen.  The victim and his criminal:  a study in functional responsibility.  New York:  Random House, 1968.  178p.  Published as Victimology:  the victim and his criminal (Reston, VA:  Reston Pub. Co., 1977).  177p.  Crime victims & reparation.

Scherer, Jacqueline, & Gary Shepherd, eds.  Victimization of the weak:  contemporary social reactions.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1982.  288p.

Schultz, LeRoy G., ed.  Rape victimology.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1974.  405p.  Several professional articles on various aspects of rape.

Sebba, Leslie.  Third parties:  victims and the criminal justice system.  Columbus:  Ohio State University Press, 1996.  446p.

Separovi´c, Zvonimir.  Kriminologija i socijalna patologija.  Zagreb:  Pravni fakultet u Zagrebu, Centar za strucno usavrsavanje i suradnju s udruzenim radom, 1981.  484p.  Crime victims in Serbo-Croatian.

Siren, Reino, & Markku Heiskanen.  Victimization to violence:  results from a 1980 national survey.  Helsinki:  National Research Institute of Legal Policy, GPO, 1985.  47p.

Smith, Sharon A.  Recognizing & healing the family scapegoat.  Minneapolis, MN:  Steppe Publications, 1996.  201p.

Venugopala Rao, S.  Victims of crime.  New Delhi:  Allied Publishers, 1989.  244p.  Victims of crime in India.

Viano, Emilio C., ed.  Critical issues in victimology:  international perspectives.  New York:  Springer Pub. Co., 1992.  260p.

Viano, Emilio C., ed.  The Victimology handbook:  research findings, treatment, and public policy.  New York:  Garland, 1990.  421p.

Viano, Emilio C., ed.  Victims and society.  Washington:  Visage Press, 1976.  642p.

Wachtel, Ted.  Real Justice.  Pipersville, Pa.:  Piper's Press, 1997.  206p.  Philosophy of crime, victims & justice.

Wallace, Mark I., & Theophus H. Smith, eds.  Curing Violence.  Sonoma, CA:  Polebridge Press, 1994.  326p.

Warner, Carmen Germaine, & G. Richard Braen, eds.  Management of the physically and emotionally abused:  emergency assessment, intervention, and counseling.  Norwalk, CT:  Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1982.  329p.

Warner, Carmen Germaine, ed.  Conflict intervention in social and domestic violence.  Bowie, MD:  R.J. Brady Co., 1981.  283p.

Weiler, Richard, & Jean-Guy Desgagné.  Victims and witnesses of crime in Canada.  Ottawa, Ont.:  Dept. of Justice Canada, Research and Statistics Section, Policy Planning and Development Branch, 1984.  111p.

Westervelt, Saundra Davis.  Shifting the blame:  how victimization became a criminal defense.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Rutgers University Press, 1998.  193p.

William Brill Associates.  Victimization, fear of crime, and altered behavior:  a profile of the crime problem in Capper Dwellings, Washington, D.C.  William Brill Associates, Inc.  Washington, DC, U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development, 1977.  56p.

William Brill Associates.  Victimization, fear of crime, and altered behavior : a profile of the crime problem in Murphy Homes, Baltimore, Maryland.  Washington, DC, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Policy Development and Research, 1977.  48p.

Williams, Brian.  Counselling in criminal justice.  Buckingham;  Philadelphia:  Open University Press, 1996.  158p.

Wright, Martin.  Justice for victims and offenders:  a restorative response to crime.  Milton Keynes:  Philadelphia:  Open University Press, 1991.  159p.  2nd ed.  Winchester:  Waterside Press, 1996.  223p.  Victims & reparation.

Yager, Jan.  Victims.  New York:  Scribner, 1978.  250p.

Yin, Peter.  Victimization and the aged.  Springfield, IL:  1985.  211p.

Young, Marlene A.  Responding to communities in crisis:  the training manual of the crisis response team.  Dubuque, IA:  Kendall/Hunt Pub. Co., 1994.  National Organization for Victim Assistance.

Zehr, Howard.  Changing lenses:  a new focus for crime and justice.  Scottdale, PA:  Herald Press, 1990.  271p.

Zeinert, Karen.  Victims of teen violence.  Springfield, NJ:  Enslow, 1996.  128p.

Ziegenhagen, Eduard A.  Victims, crime, and social control.  New York:  Praeger, 1977.  156p.