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APSY 8203 Victimology: Welcome & Course Readings

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APSY 8203 Course Readings

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Arntfield, M. (2015). Toward a cybervictimology: Cyberbullying, routine activities theory, and the anti -sociality of social media. Canadian Journal of Communication, 40(3), 371 -388

Cassell, P. G., Mitchell, N. J., & Edwards, B. J. (2014). Crime victims’ rights duringcriminal investigations? Crime Victims’ Rights Act before criminal charges are filed. Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, 104(1), 59–103

Countryman-Roswurm, K., & Bolin, B. L. (2014). Domestic minor sex trafficking: Assessing and reducing risk. Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal, 31(6), 521-538.

Dredge, R., Gleeson, J., & Garcia, X. (2015). The development and validation of the social networking experiences questionnaire: A measure of adolescent cyberbullying and its impact. Violence and Victims, 30(5), 798-812

Englebrecht, C., Mason, D. T., & Adams, M. J. (2014). The experiences of homicide victims' families with the criminal justice system: An exploratory study. Violence and Victims, 29(3), 407-21.

Farley, M., Deer, S., Golding, J. M., Matthews, N., Lopez, G., Stark, C., & Hudon, E. (2016). The prostitution and trafficking of American Indian/Alaska native women in Minnesota. American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research (Online), 23(1), 65-104

Ferrão, M. C., & Gonçalves, G. (2015). Rape crimes reviewed: The role of observer variables in female victim blaming. Psychological Thought, 8(1), 47- 67

Kalia, D., & Aleem, S. (2017). Cyber victimization among adolescents: Examining the role of routine activity theory. Journal of Psychosocial Research, 12(1), 223–232

Kuo, S., Cuvelier, S. J., & Sheu, C. (2013). Risky behaviors and personal victimization in Taiwan. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 37(2), 79–97

McGovern, D. (2013). The therapeutic potential of victim impact statements for sexual violence. Sexual Abuse in Australia and New Zealand, 5(2), 21-30

Neff, J. L., Patterson, M. M., & Johnson, S. (2012). Meeting the training needs of those who meet the needs of victims: Assessing service providers. Violence and Victims, 27(4), 609–31

Rayment-McHugh, S., Adams, D., Wortley, R., & Tilley, N. (2015). 'Think global act local': A place-based approach to sexual abuse prevention. Crime Science, 4(1), 1-9.

Reid, J. A., PhD., Baglivio, M. T., PhD., Piquero, A. R., PhD., Greenwald, M. A., M.P.A., & Epps, N., M.S. (2017). Human trafficking of minors and childhood adversity in Florida. American Journal of Public Health, 107(2), 306-311.

Reyns, B. W. (2015). A routine activity perspective on online victimization. Journal of Financial Crime, 22(4), 396 -411.

Turanovic, J. J., & Pratt, T. C. (2013). The consequences of maladaptive coping: Integrating general strain and self -control theories to specify a causal pathway between victimization and offending. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 29(3), 321 -345.

Turanovic, J. J., & Pratt, T. C. (2014). "Can't stop, won't stop": Self-control, risky lifestyles, and repeat victimization. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 30(1), 29 -56.

Other Readings

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