'Victims of Stalking: Case Studies in Invisible Harms' by Dr Jenny Korkodeilou, Lecturer in Criminology, is now available! Her monograph provides an in-depth look at the impact of stalking and criminal justice system responses to this form of abuse.
Dr Jenny Korkodeilou, Lecturer in Criminology, has a new monograph titled Victims of Stalking: Case Studies in Invisible Harms published by Palgrave Macmillan.
Please find the blurb below and the link to the publisher's website.
'This book explores the nature and impact of stalking and criminal justice system responses to this type of abuse based on the experiences and lived realities of victims. Drawing on in-depth interviews with 26 self-defined victims of stalking in England and Wales, it explores the psychological and social effects of this hidden and misunderstood form of interpersonal violence. Korkodeilou's work seeks to improve understanding regarding this type of abuse, contribute to feminist criminology and gender-based violence literature, and expand scholarly knowledge with her research's theoretical, methodological and practical implications. Victims of Stalking will appeal to academics in the fields of victimology, victimisation, gender-based and interpersonal violence, criminal justice system responses to victims and to criminal justice system professionals (e.g. police officers, probation officers, and lawyers).'