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2. Brrokman notes, importance victim offender relationship and in homocides who becomes the victim by chabce supporting

  • walklate
  • woolfgang
  • christie

3. early positivists believed that there was

  • psychological differences that make them more vulnerable than nonvictims
  • there were physiological differences which made them more vulnerable than non victims
  • thwy were mentally inadequate to handle themselves

4. Christie argues that the 'victim' is socially constructed so...

  • the idea of the victim has blame
  • the streotype of the 'ideal victim' is an innocent and blameless
  • the idea of the victim is mad

5. the UN defines victims who have suffered harm

  • through acts or omissions that violate the states laws
  • through legistlation that supports the states laws


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