Working with victims of crime: A manual applying research to clinical practice (Second Edition)
Figure H1: The process of victimization and recovery (Casarez-Levison 1992) applied to hate crimes
Figure H1 consists of four boxes, with arrows in between the boxes pointing across the page from left to right. Each arrow has one title at the top of it representing a stage of the victimization and recovery process as applied to hate crimes.
The box on the far left entitled Pre-victimization contains the following bullet points:
- Link to culture or group
- Identity Issues
- Developmental Issues
The box second from the left entitled Victimization contains the following bullet points:
- Was it a crime?
- Was it a hate crime?
The box third from the left, entitled Transition contains the following bullet points:
- Should I report?
- Identification of models
- Do I need help?
- Where do I go for help?
The fourth box on the far right entitled Re-organization contains the following bullet points:
- Linking to group
- Linking to broader society
- Date modified: