Spring 2023 > Humanities & Social Sciences > CRIM.6300 > 061
Course No: CRIM.6300-061; SIS Class Nbr: 1230; SIS Term: 3230
Course Status: Registration Closed
This course examines the study of crime victims and of the patterns, impact, and formal responses to criminal victimization. Particular attention is given to research issues such as measurement of victimization, fear of crime and related measures, and conducting research with victimized populations, as well as discussion of current issues in the field of Victimology. Substantive topics may include theories of victimization, the overlap between victims and offenders, social-psychological and other impacts of victimization on primary and secondary victims, media coverage of victimization, and evaluation of prevention and intervention programs for victims (criminal justice system based programs and others).
Related Programs: Graduate Certificate in Domestic Violence Prevention, Graduate Certificate in Forensic Criminology, M.A. in Criminal Justice, Graduate Certificate in Victim Studies
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