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Acid Crime Context, Motivation and Prevention

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Acid Crime Context, Motivation and Prevention

Acid Crime Context, Motivation and Prevention by Matt Hopkins
English | EPUB | 2021 | 210 Pages | ISBN : 3030622959 | 2.5 MB

This book provides an authoritative overview of the contemporary phenomenon widely labelled as ‘acid attacks’. Although once thought of as a predominantly ‘gendered crime’, acid and other corrosive substances have been used in a range of violence crimes.

Re-imagining Hate Crime: Transphobia, Visibility and Victimisation

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Re-imagining Hate Crime: Transphobia, Visibility and Victimisation

Re-imagining Hate Crime: Transphobia, Visibility and Victimisation by Ben Colliver
English | EPUB | 2021 | 229 Pages | ISBN : 3030657132 | 0.8 MB

This book draws upon empirical data to offer a fresh and unique perspective on hate crime victimisation. In challenging dominant theoretical and conceptual perspectives of hate crime, this book adopts the lens of ‘visibility’ as a way of understanding hate crime victimisation. In adopting this lens, key aspects of victimisation are explored, including the hierarchical nature of hate crime victimisation, that afford visibility to particular types of victimisation, and particular groups of people as ‘legitimate’ victims.

Acid Crime Context, Motivation and Prevention

Posted By: AvaxGenius
Acid Crime Context, Motivation and Prevention

Acid Crime Context, Motivation and Prevention by Matt Hopkins
English | PDF | 2021 | 210 Pages | ISBN : 3030622959 | 3 MB

This book provides an authoritative overview of the contemporary phenomenon widely labelled as ‘acid attacks’. Although once thought of as a predominantly ‘gendered crime’, acid and other corrosive substances have been used in a range of violence crimes.

Re-imagining Hate Crime: Transphobia, Visibility and Victimisation

Posted By: AvaxGenius
Re-imagining Hate Crime: Transphobia, Visibility and Victimisation

Re-imagining Hate Crime: Transphobia, Visibility and Victimisation by Ben Colliver
English | PDF | 2021 | 229 Pages | ISBN : 3030657132 | 2.2 MB

This book draws upon empirical data to offer a fresh and unique perspective on hate crime victimisation. In challenging dominant theoretical and conceptual perspectives of hate crime, this book adopts the lens of ‘visibility’ as a way of understanding hate crime victimisation. In adopting this lens, key aspects of victimisation are explored, including the hierarchical nature of hate crime victimisation, that afford visibility to particular types of victimisation, and particular groups of people as ‘legitimate’ victims.

Post-Conflict Hauntings: Transforming Memories of Historical Trauma

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Post-Conflict Hauntings: Transforming Memories of Historical Trauma

Post-Conflict Hauntings: Transforming Memories of Historical Trauma by Kim Wale
English | PDF,EPUB | 2020 | 391 Pages | ISBN : 3030390764 | 9.5 MB

This book engages the globally pressing question of how to live and work with the haunting power of the past in the aftermath of mass violence. It brings together a collection of interdisciplinary contributions to reflect on the haunting of post-conflict memory from the perspective of diverse country case studies including South Africa, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Northern Ireland, North and South Korea, Palestine and Israel, America and Australia. Contributions offer theoretical, empirical and practical insights on the nature of historical trauma and practices of collective healing and repair that include embodied, artistic and culturally relevant forms of wisdom for dealing with the past.

Crime and the Construction of Forensic Objectivity from 1850

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Crime and the Construction of Forensic Objectivity from 1850

Crime and the Construction of Forensic Objectivity from 1850 by Alison Adam
English | EPUB | 2020 | 319 Pages | ISBN : 3030288366 | 3.74 MB

This book charts the historical development of 'forensic objectivity' through an analysis of the ways in which objective knowledge of crimes, crime scenes, crime materials and criminals is achieved. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, with authors drawn from law, history, sociology and science and technology studies, this work shows how forensic objectivity is constructed through detailed crime history case studies, mainly in relation to murder, set in Scotland, England, Germany, Sweden, USA and Ireland.

Breaking the Silence: A Call to the Church to Help Victims of Child Abuse

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Breaking the Silence: A Call to the Church to Help Victims of Child Abuse

Breaking the Silence: A Call to the Church to Help Victims of Child Abuse by Lisha Lender
English | November 19th, 2019 | ISBN: 140032713X, 1400327121 | 124 pages | EPUB | 1.51 MB

The hard truth is that no church or faith-based community is immune to having child abuse happen within its church families. Breaking the Silence will educate you about the realities of child abuse and why many victims blame God for abuse, have a misguided understanding of who He is, and walk away from God and the church.