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About the Journal:
The International Review of Victimology is the leading international peer-reviewed journal for victimological research. The Journal focuses upon traditional areas of victimological research, such as offender typologies, the victim-offender relationship, victimization surveys, victim compensation, the victim in the criminal justice system, reparation and restitution by offenders and crime prevention for victims. The International Review of Victimology also looks at broader theoretical issues such as definitions of victimization and the philosophy of victimology. This in turn opens the door to the consideration of political and human rights issues, including victims of war crimes, and contributions with a comparative perspective are especially welcome.
The latest issue:
Exploring the everyday world of hate victimization through community mediation
Mark Austin Walters and Carolyn Hoyle
Difficulties in defining hate crime victimization
Naming the ‘R’ word in racial victimization: Violence against Indian students in Australia
‘We are all vulnerable’: The in terrorem effects of hate crimes
Barbara Perry and Shahid Alvi
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
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