New Horizons in Victimology – WSV International Symposium 2003 – South Africa

New Horizons in Victimology

Symposium papers

Balloni, A.
Causes and effects of the late development of victimology in Italy.

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Beckers, M.
The needs of victims and survivors of genocide in Rwanda and programs to alleviate their burden.

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Bergman, J.
Experiential therapies, especially dramatherapy with Sexual Offenders who have been sexually, emotionally or physically abused as children.

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Birabuza, A.
Civil war, sexual abuse and expansion of Aids in Burundi.

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Booth, T.
Justice, politics and family victims: The humanisation of sentencing in homicide cases.

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Booyens, K. and A. Hesselink-Louw
Male prisoners as repeat victims of sexual victimisation and rape.

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Bosiljevac, V.
A typology of the victim and the victim’s relationship to the perpetrator from Article 188 of the Penal Law of the Republic of Croatia – a theoretical study and research results from the Zagreb country.

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Celliers, C.
Working with perpetrators of domestic violence – a different approach to domestic violence prevention in South Africa.

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Copic, S.
Crime victims in the Criminal Justice System and the role of the Victim Support Service in Serbia.

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Davis, L. and J. Saffy
Court preparation and court support.

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Devroey, K.
Victim-offender oriented initiatives during detention. Report of an experiment in the Flemish community.

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Dissel, A. and K. Ngubeni
Giving women their voice: Domestic violence and restorative justice in South Africa.

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Domenech, J.
Main instruments in developing victim services in Europe.

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Dussich, J.P.J. and S. Shinohara.
Childhood victims of sexual abuse and social perceptions in Japan.

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Dussich, J.P.J, M.T. Gaboury, and T.L. Underwood.
Higher education and professional practice in the USA: Outcomes from the first American Symposium on victimology.

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Edwards, I.
Justice for all? Issues arising from the introduction of restorative justice into the youth justice system for England and Wales.

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Edwards, I.
The place of forgiveness in criminal justice : A British perspective

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Freckelton, I.
Compensation for victims of crime : Health and financial considerations

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Friday, P.C.
Restorative justice: The impact on crime.

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Fukushima, I.
Deaths in custody in Japan – How can we prevent practices and procedures conducive to abuse the power?

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Gruszczynska, B. and M. Gruszczynski
Comparison between vitimization risk and crime rates. An econometric approach.

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Hagemann, O.
Victimization in prison.

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Hartmann, I.
The role of volunteers in victim assistance and the work of the “Lower Saxony’s foundation for victim assistance” in Germany.

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Heiskanen, M.
Violence situations and reporting to the police.

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Holtmann, B.
Gender bias in service delivery to victims of crime.

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Jerin, R.
An historical examination of victim’s rights in the United States.

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Jones, C. and R.I. Mawby
Hotel crime : Who cares?

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Jones, C and R.I. Mawby
Meeting the needs of tourist victims.

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Kirchhoff, G.F.
Victimological aspects of the evaluation of Batterer Intervention Prevention Project Programs.

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Kirchhoff, G.F. and S. Baltes.
Victim offender mediation in Germany – Experiences in a German city and basic considerations.

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Leonard, J.
The hidden victims of domestic violence.

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Louw, B.
Narrative therapy for victims of rape.

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Louw, B.
The value of volunteers.

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Louw, J.B.W.
The impact of moral regeneration on victim empowerment.

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Luyt, W.F.M.
Hidden victims of the criminal justice system?

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Maekoya, C. and J.P.J. Dussich.
Variables which may contribute to bullying behaviors.

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Mashabela, P.
Victims of rape and other forms of sexual violence in prisons.

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Miyazono, T.
Measures taken by police in Japan to assist crime victims.

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Mnguni, B.
Victims of corruption.

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Mogapi, N.
Reintegration process : The missing piece.

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Mokolobate, L. and K. Naidoo.
Women and maintenance.

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Moody, S.
What victims want to know: Information needs and the right to information.

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Morosawa, H.
Three rights of the victim and efforts in Japan

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Morrell, P. and F. Dronnet
Setting standards : Towards national registered qualifications in victim empowerment in South Africa.

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Moses, A.S.
Reporting criminal victimisation to the police: A study of Oshodi / Isolo local government area of Lagos State, Nigeria.

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Mostert, J.
Victimisation of the offender.

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Olivier, N.
The Role of the investigator in victim support: A case study of South African investigators.

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Ollus, N. and B. Gruszczynska
Ethical and cultural considerations in survey research.

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Peacock, R.
Marginalisation and multiple victimisation: a critique.

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Pearson, A.
Assistance for domestic violence victims in community justice houses in Colombia.

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Pillay, K.
Private security officers as victims of trauma and stress: The South African experience and initiatives to manage it.

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Prinsloo, J, B. Naudé and A. Ladikos
The reporting of crime and perceptions of risk in Southern Africa.

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Retief, Y.
Conscious empowerment therapy – a new technique for counselling adult survivors of childhood abuse.

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Sattar, G.
Evaluation of new measures for victims and witnesses in England and Wales.

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Separovic, Z.P.
International terrorism and its victims.

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Setlatjile, D.
Victim involvement in restorative justice.

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Singh, D.
New horizons in attitudes and perceptions to domestic violence? A South African study.

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Singh, D.
Men – The discriminated victims of rape

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Singh, D.R.
Victimology studies in India

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Svoren, B.
Female genital mutilation.

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Toebosch, J, V. Shah, S. Shah and H. Desai
Holistic approach to community health in post disaster situation.

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van Zyl, H.
Impotent service delivery to victims of crime: A rural perception with some viagra-like inputs for prolonged and sustainable victim empowerment.

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van Dijk, J.
Criminal divide: The unequal burdens of victimization across the globe.

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van Zyl, M.
Victim support by the South African Police Service to the parents/guardians of missing children.

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Vande Walle, I.
Supporting children, victims of a crime, within victim support.

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Vernon, C.
Getting connected: Strategies to assist victims of crime.

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Wemmers, J. and K. Cyr.
Victims’ perspectives on restorative justice : How much involvement are victims looking for?

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