The International Crime Victims Surveys

@article{Kesteren2014TheIC,
  title={The International Crime Victims Surveys},
  author={J. V. Kesteren and J. Dijk and P. Mayhew},
  journal={International Review of Victimology},
  year={2014},
  volume={20},
  pages={49 - 69}
}
The International Crime Victims Survey (ICVS) has been carried out six times over the period 1989–2010. Although national and city samples are relatively small, the ICVS is a unique survey of the experience of being victimized in that it is standardized and far-reaching: it has been conducted in more than 80 countries in different regions of the world, with many countries having taken part more than once. This paper focuses not on the methodology of the survey but on four important areas of… Expand

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