Poly-Victimization Risk in Prison: The Influence of Individual and Institutional Factors.

@article{Listwan2014PolyVictimizationRI,
  title={Poly-Victimization Risk in Prison: The Influence of Individual and Institutional Factors.},
  author={Shelley Johnson Listwan and Leah E Daigle and Jennifer L Hartman and Wendy P Guastaferro},
  journal={Journal of interpersonal violence},
  year={2014},
  volume={29 13},
  pages={2458-2481}
}
Victimization research suggests that individuals who either witness or are direct victims of violence are substantially more likely to experience long-term negative outcomes. Although recent studies identifying factors associated with prison victimization are emerging, the risk factors predicting inmate's experience of multiple types of victimization, called poly-victimization, remain unknown. Utilizing a lifestyles model that incorporates the importation/deprivation framework, the current… CONTINUE READING
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