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  • Victimology in Africa 3/e
  • Peacock R
  • ISBN: 9780627037139
  • eISBN: N/A
  • ePub ISBN: 9780627037146
  • 410 Pages | Published: 2019

Victimology in Africa presents with a critical emancipatory approach to the study field that recognises indigenous African values as a conceptual framework while critically analysing hidden victimisation in society, dehumanising notions of victimhood, victimisation patterns, secondary victimisation by the western criminal justice system together with the exploitation of international financial institutions and the misappropriation of traditional knowledge on the African continent. 

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