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This list relates to the year Semester 2, 2017 which ended on 20/10/2017
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  1. Week 1: Introducing Victims, Justice and the Law 1 item
    24 July 2017
  2. Week 2: The Emergence of Victimology and Victimisation Theories 2 items
    31 July 2017
    1. Criminology: the basics - Sandra Walklate, Ebooks Corporation 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book  Read ', ‘Thinking About the Victim of Crime’ pp.103-120

  3. Week 3: The ‘Ideal’ Victim: Victim-blaming and Victim-defending 2 items
    7 August 2017
  4. Week 4: Gendered Victimisation: Confronting the Criminal Justice System 3 items
    14 August 2017
    1. Meanings of ?Sex? and ?Consent? - Anastasia Powell, Nicola Henry, Asher Flynn, Emma Henderson 01/2013

      Article 

    2. Reforming the legal definition of rape in Victoria - what do stakeholders think? - Larcombe, Wendy; Fileborn, Bianca; Powell, Anastasia; Henry, Nicola; Hanley, Natalia 2015

      Article 

  5. Week 5: Procedural Justice: The Myth of the Vengeful Victim 2 items
    21 August 2017
  6. Week 6: “The trial just made it worse”: Secondary Victimisation and Law Reform 2 items
    28 August 2017
  7. Week 7 : International Approaches: Victim-focused Law Reform in Other Common-law Jurisdictions 3 items
    4 September 2017
  8. Week 8: Responses to Victimisation: Moving Beyond the Law 2 items
    11 September 2017
    1. Rape justice: beyond the criminal law 2015

      Book  Read 'Ch. 13: 'Seeking Informal Justice Online: Vigilantism, Activism and Resisting a Rape Culture in Cyberspace' pp.218-238.

  9. Week 9: In the Victims’ Interest? Repairing the Harm: Restorative Justice 2 items
    18 September 2017
    1. Non-adversarial justice - Michael King, Ebooks Corporation 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book  'Restorative Justice’ pp.39-64

  10. MID-SEMESTER BREAK 1 item
    25 SEPTEMBER – 29 SEPTEMBER 2017
    1. No Readings for this week.

  11. Week 10 : Human Rights and Victims’ Rights 3 items
    2 October 2017
    1. The Routledge international handbook of criminology and human rights - ProQuest (Firm) 2017

      Book  'Seeing the State: Human Rights Violations of Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power' pp.419-428

  12. Week 11: Victimisation Experiences Among the LGBTIQ Community 2 items
    9 October 2017
  13. Week 12: Victims, Justice and the Law – A Conclusion 1 item
    16 October 2017
    1. No required readings

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