Researching Victims of Crime: Critical Victimology

Sandra Walklate
Social Justice
Vol. 17, No. 3 (41), Feminism and the Social Control of Gender (Fall 1990), pp. 25-42
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Researching Victims of Crime: Critical Victimology

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