What is victimisation?

Victimisation

Victimisation (or victimization) is the process of being victimised or becoming a victim. Research that studies the process, rates, incidence, and prevalence of victimisation falls under the body of victimology.

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Some articles on victimisation:

Crime In New Zealand - Characteristics of Victims
... Māori have a much higher risk of victimisation than other groups ... The risk of victimisation for Māori was particularly high for serious offences, including sexual violence and violence by partners ... For example, 8% of Māori women experienced sexual victimisation - twice as high as the national rate for women (4%) ...
Self-image of Victimisation
... and manipulation often get trapped into a self-image of victimisation ... The psychological profile of victimisation includes a pervasive sense of helplessness, passivity, loss of control, pessimism, negative thinking, strong feelings of guilt, shame, self-blame ...
Victimisation - See Also
... Scapegoating United Kingdom employment discrimination law Victim blaming Victim playing Victimisation Symptoms ...
International Crime Victims Survey - Key Results From The 2004/05 ICVS and EU ICS
... Overall victimisation for 10 crimes in countries and main cities Trends in overall victimisation by 10 crimes for the top 15 countries Trends in overall victimisation by 10 crimes ...
Deinstitutionalisation - Consequences - Violence - Victimisation
... Moves to community living and services have led to various concerns and fears, from both the individuals themselves and other members of the community ... Over a quarter of individuals accessing community mental health services in a US inner-city area are victims of at least one violent crime in a year, a proportion eleven times higher than the inner-city average ...