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Victims, Culture and Society offers the space for that voice. Each author will adopt a strong personal view and offer a lively and agenda setting treatment of their subject matter. The monographs will encompass a transnational, global or comparative approach to the issues they address. Examining new areas of both empirical and theoretical inquiry the series offers the opportunity for innovative and progressing thinking about the relationship between victims, culture and society.

The books will be useful and thought provoking resources for the international community of undergraduates, post-graduates, researchers and policy makers working within the broad field of victimisation. Adversarial Justice and Victims' Rights Reconceptualising the Role of Sexual Assault VictimsGoverning Child Abuse Voices and Victimisation The Use of Public Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse in Christian InstitutionsIs justice possible for a woman raped in contemporary patriarchal culture.

This book explores one of the major conundrums of our time: given all the feminist activism and reforms of the last 50 years, why does rape remain so prevalent and justice so elusive. In exploring these questions, Jan Jordan. Misogyny as Hate Crime explores the background, nature and consequences of misogyny as well as the legal framework and UK policy responses associated with misogyny as a form of hate crime.

Taking an intersectional approach, the book looks at how experiences of misogyny may intersect with other. Cultural Practices of Victimhood aims to set the agenda for a cultural study of victimhood. Using case studies and through a practice-based approach.

What is the moral of the human trafficking story, and how can the narrative be shaped and evolved. Stories of human trafficking are prolific in the public domain, proving immensely powerful in guiding our understandings of trafficking, and offering something tangible on which to base policy and.

Family Activism in the Aftermath of Fatal Violence explores how family and family activism work at the intersection of personal and public troubles and considers what influence family testimonies of fatal violence can have on matters of crime, justice, and punishment. The problem of fatal violence. Genocide and Victimology examines genocide in its diverse features, from different yet connected perspectives, to offer an interdisciplinary, victimological imagination of genocide.

It will include in its exploration critical and cultural victimologies and criminologies of genocide, accompanied by. Child sexual abuse by clergy within the Roman Catholic Church has emerged as a social and political discourse over the last three decades.

The analysis here specifically focuses on the establishment, conduct, and outcomes of the extensive public inquiries of Australia, although inquiries in other. This book provides a rich analysis of the history of Swedish victim support. With the majority of research on victim support centering on the Anglosphere, this book offers a unique case study for considering the role of the victim in the criminal justice system. While Sweden has enacted many laws.

Research on sexual violence has been a growing area of academic study since the 1970s. However, the focus of these efforts has centred on younger women, leaving older women largely ignored in research. This book presents data from the first UK study to examine the extent, nature and impacts of. Series Titles Authors 10 Series Titles 12 24 48 Publication Date Title (Asc) Title (Desc) Include Forthcoming Titles Forthcoming Misogyny as Hate Crime 1st Edition Cultural Practices of Victimhood 1st Edition Challenging the Human Trafficking Narrative Victims, Villains, and Heroes 1st Edition Family Activism in the Aftermath of Fatal Violence 1st Edition Genocide and Victimology 1st Edition Adversarial Justice and Victims' Rights Reconceptualising the Role of Sexual Assault Victims 1st Edition Governing Child Abuse Voices and Victimisation The Use of Public Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse in Christian Institutions 1st Edition Victim Support and the Welfare State 1st Edition Sexual Violence Against Older People 1st Edition Women, Rape and Justice: Unravelling the Rape Conundrum 1st Edition Forthcoming Misogyny as Hate Crime 1st Edition Edited By Irene Zempi, Jo Smith August 27, 2021 Misogyny as Hate Crime explores the background, nature and consequences of misogyny as well as the legal framework and UK policy responses associated with misogyny as a form of hate crime.

Cultural Practices of Victimhood 1st Edition Edited By Martin Hoondert, Paul Mutsaers, William Arfman March 31, 2021 Cultural Practices of Victimhood aims to set the agenda for a cultural study of victimhood. Challenging the Human Trafficking Narrative: Victims, Villains, and Heroes 1st Edition By Erin O'Brien February 12, 2021 What is the moral of the human trafficking story, and how can the narrative be shaped and evolved.

Family Activism in the Aftermath of Fatal Violence 1st Edition By Elizabeth A. Cook November 30, 2020 Family Activism in the Aftermath of Fatal Violence explores how family and family activism work at the intersection of personal and public troubles and considers what influence family testimonies of fatal violence can have on matters of crime, justice, and punishment.

Genocide and Victimology 1st Edition Edited By Yarin Eski November 30, 2020 Genocide and Victimology examines genocide in its diverse features, from different yet connected perspectives, to offer an interdisciplinary, victimological imagination of genocide. Governing Child Abuse Voices and Victimisation: The Use of Public Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse in Christian Institutions 1st Edition By Jodi Death January 14, 2020 Child sexual abuse by clergy within the Roman Catholic Church has emerged as a social and political discourse over the last three decades.

Victim Support and the Welfare State 1st Edition By Carina Gallo, Kerstin Svensson May 28, 2019 This book provides a rich analysis of the history of Swedish victim support.

Sexual Violence Against Older People 1st Edition By Hannah Bows March 21, 2019 Research on sexual violence has been a growing area of academic study since the 1970s. Sandra WalklateUniversity of Liverpool, UK Kerry CarringtonQueensland University of Technology, Australia Interested in proposing a book for a book series. President Joe Biden himself has committed to getting to the bottom of the mysterious illness.

The illness, believed to be the result of an invisible directed-energy attack, has long stumped U. At the same time, the victims - which total around 200, officials say - have faced bureaucratic hurdles as they seek medical care for symptoms that can range from severe headaches to brain damage. After POLITICO first reported earlier this year the alarming increase in suspected incidents both on U. The bill, dubbed the HAVANA Act, authorizes new funding for treatment and gives the CIA director and the secretary of state increased flexibility on how the money is spent.

It also requires both to report regularly to Congress on the funding initiatives. Behind closed doors, lawmakers have expressed frustration with the intelligence community for what they perceive to be a failure to sufficiently address the matter in recent years. Victims of the suspected attacks have reported symptoms including intense ringing and pressure in the ears, loss of cognitive abilities, and even permanent brain damage.

The illness dates back to 2016, when U. Two National Security Council officials are also believed to have been hit with directed-energy attacks on U. Europe is quickly becoming a hotspot for the incidents, officials say. Others were detected in south Florida. The New Yorker first reported the spike in Vienna-based cases. While there has been no formal attribution, the GRU is believed to be technologically capable of pulling off such attacks, and it has known footprints in all of the countries and cities where the incidents have been reported.

It raises the possibility that a foreign adversary has developed technology that the U. Already, CIA Director William Burns has devoted significant resources to the issue, receiving near-daily updates and appointing a senior officer responsible for running point on the investigation. That individual, whose identity is classified, previously oversaw the successful manhunt for Osama bin Laden, the terrorist mastermind of the Sept.

In a recent NPR interview, Burns said he has met with several victims of the suspected directed-energy attacks. Every crime victim or, if he has been killed, his dependents may avail himself or themselves of this Act and benefit from the advantages provided therein. Not in force Where the victim suffers a relapse after (insert here the date preceding the date of coming into force of chapter 54 of the statutes of 1993) and more than two years after the end of the last period of temporary incapacity for which he was entitled to an indemnity or, if he was not entitled to such an indemnity, more than two years after the date of the manifestation of his injury, he shall be subject, from the date of the relapse, to the provisions of the Act respecting assistance and compensation for victims of crime (1993, chapter 54) as if it were a new injury.

Any person who, even if he has not been killed or injured, incurs material damage in circumstances described in paragraph b or c of this section, is also a crime victim. However, payment of the benefit may be made to a person other than the mother if, due to the death of the mother or for other cause, such person provides for the maintenance of the child to the satisfaction of the Commission.

The Government may, by regulation, determine the persons who are qualified to provide services under the measures taken under section 5. The amount of the indemnity for funeral expenses is revalorized on 1 January of each year in accordance with sections 119 to 123 of the Act respecting industrial accidents and occupational diseases (chapter A-3. Despite section 2, the costs for cleaning the crime scene in a private residence are paid back by the Commission to the natural person who assumed them, if the victim died following the crime and the services of a specialized cleaning firm were required.

The costs incurred under article 1974. The maximum amount referred to in the first paragraph is revalorized on 1 January of each year in accordance with sections 119 to 123 of the Act respecting industrial accidents and occupational diseases (chapter A-3. The rental costs incurred by the victim of a criminal offence listed in the schedule to this Act in vacating a dwelling otherwise than pursuant to article 1974.

The indemnity amounts referred to in this section are revalorized on 1 January of each year in accordance with sections 119 to 123 of the Act respecting industrial accidents and occupational diseases (chapter A-3. The claimant may elect to claim the benefit of this Act or institute civil proceedings against any person responsible for the material damage, injury or death.