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On SAGE Insight: To Vote or Not to Vote – How Criminal Violence Shapes Electoral Participation

From Journal of Conflict Resolution One of the most intriguing findings in the literature on political behavior is that victims of violence are more likely to participate in politics than nonvictims. Our current understanding of the relationship between political participation … Continue reading

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The prominence of Mafia in Southern Italy hinders the implementation of victim–offender mediation

Victim−offender mediation in areas characterized by high levels of organized crime From European Journal of Criminology This paper provides some reflections on the feasibility and implementation of victim– offender mediation (VOM) in countries or geographical areas characterized by particularly serious types of … Continue reading

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