Secondary victimization occurs when the societal response to a victimizing stigma is more disabling than the primary stigmatic condition itself. This may include the treatment by society of victims of rape, disability, mental disorder, or other social stigma. The consequences may also extend further degrees, e.g. to tertiary victimization and quaternary victimization.
ex. A victim of rape (primary victimization) may be subjected to victim blaming and ostracism as the result of the attack; those who become disabled (primary victimization) may be subjected to non-accommodation, medicalization, and segregation; and those who develop mental disorder (primary victimization) may be subject to institutionalization, that in each case may be far more victimizing to these individuals and limiting of their life opportunity than the primary victimizing stigmatic condition itself, and are thus called secondary victimization. Tertiary victimizations would include the victimizing consequence of secondary victimizations, e.g. results of victim blaming, ostracism, non-accommodation, medicalization, segregation, and institutionalization, etc. by society.
Primary Victimization: One person targeted Secondary Victimization: Impersoanl Target Tertiary Victimization: Public is victim Mutual Victimization: Criminals become victims No Victimization: Difficult to identify victim
Juvenile victimization is any instance where a juvenile is targeted in a crime. Victimization can take the form of abuse, murder, and brainwashing.
Primary victimization refers to personalizd or individual victimization such as when an individual or group selects a specific person to target for victimization. Victims of hate crimes or domestic violence are some examples.
No victimization is when there is no unwarranted singling out of an individual or group for subjection to crime or other wrong
Victimization is most likely to occur when
Victimization is when someone individually or a certain group of people are treated unfairly and unequally
discrimination that is obvious.
Poly-victimization is the presence of multiple forms of violence and is high in children who report rape and dating violence
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It can be. However, victimization can occur between any two people or any two groups of people, and race usually has nothing to do with it.
Mutual victimization refers to when offenders become victims, as when two people engage in a criminal activity and then one becomes the victim of the other.