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    Victimisation Case Study

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    make themselves an easy prey to criminals. Anyone be it in Mauritius or around the world can become a victim of crime by either these two ways. However it may also happen that these two factors overlap and both these factors are responsible for victimisation to happen. First and foremost, there was the case that was just published about a woman who has just made a withdrawal of a large sum of money during her lunchtime.

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    differential between the bully and the victim’ (p.1). This meant that the bullies are likely to suffer from a range of problems than the children who are uninvolved. The researcher’s main assumption is to consider victimisation and bullying separately and secondly to consider victimisation and bullying simultaneously to examine the genetics and environmental influences on the covariation between the two. The paper focuses on three groups of children that are involved in bullying. The three groups

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    Children as The Hidden Victims of Crime Report

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    Introduction on Victimisation of Children: Victimology is an area within criminology that focuses on studying victims of crime. Feminist movements had an impact on the study of victims in general, they said women and children were not ‘victims’ but ‘survivors’. The founding fathers of Victimology were Mendlesohn (1937), Von Hentig (1948), Wolfgang (1958), Schafer (1968) and later on more theorists like Rock (1983), Walklate (1985), Miers (1988), Karmen (1990), Fattah (1992), Elias (1994) developed

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    interpersonal violent crimes, and endeavouring to identify the victims who are prone to contribute to their own victimization". In this essay I will be critically discuss the key contributions positivist victimologists have made to the issue of victimisation. In doing so, this essay will focus on victim precipitation, by looking at work of Hentig, Mendelsohn and Wolfgangm. Following from this it will look at lifestyle theory by Hinderlang, Gottfredson and Garafalo and then the routine activity theory

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    Child Bullying Essay

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    be assisted. Bullying is an activity that thrives mostly in a school setting because of peers and the various cultures and diversities among them. Interactions are inevitable among children, but bullying is destructive because it aims at peer victimisation. Both boys and girls have the ability to become bullies but the majority of them are boys who use physical and verbal attacks on their victims. In the more recent generations, the means of bullying is amplified in the adolescent stage by using

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    for ordering the murder of 3 people and the conspiracy to murder another (Butler 2010). Prominent news articles from Moor (2010), Butler (2010) and Stewart (2010) highlight Williams’ death in a perspective which allows the analysis of Williams’ victimisation in relation to Christie’s (1986) ‘Ideal Victim’ Theory and the consequence for such a representation of victims. Many headlines in the days following his murder painted Carl Williams as a villain and a killer, calling for no sympathy with “Don’t

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    How are the young David and Cassie presented as victims in the novels 'David Copperfield' and 'Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry' 'Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry' is a story about an African American girl growing up in a racist community in Mississippi during the 1930's. It shows her family as they struggle to survive in the racist community, try to keep their land and survive on the little money they get because of the fall in cotton prices due to the economic depression. David Copperfield on the

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    Crime And Media Analysis

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    media updates society with data about the extent, frequency and types of crimes committed (Moston and Coventry, 2011, p.53). Studies highlight our grasp of crime is majorly derived from the media, with a lack of exposure to police statistics or victimisation surveys. There is a concern in correlation to this fact since the media has inconsistency and inaccuracy in reporting crime. Due to this, the media can misrepresent victims and perpetrators, downsizing them to recognisable stereotypes (Moston and

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    This paper will explain what is meant by the term secondary victimisation, how it occurs and why it happens. Also, how victim blaming and retraumatising the victims of crime impact the criminal justice system. The paper will also explore what reforms could be put in place to reduce the impact of the criminal justice system on the victims of crime. Taking the victim of a traumatic crime and making the whole criminal justice system process from a more positive process, where the victim is treated as

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    Victim means an individual who are likely to suffer serious physical injury, psychological harm, financial loss, emotional harm or property damage due to the action of alleged commission of an offence. Most of crime such as sexual assault or physical assault committed by either family members or acquainted. Before 1980, the court and justice system officials were reluctant to identify the rights of the accused or the victim because of lack of the consultation, information, and lack of trust in the

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