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Stalkers and their Victims
Paul E. Mullen, Michele Pathé, Rosemary Purcell
Cambridge University Press
Monday, June 12, 2000
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Stalking has emerged as a major social issue over the past decade to become the subject of intensive clinical and research study. This volume combines the authors' extensive clinical experience working with stalkers and their victims with a critical and thorough review of the existing literature. Major topics of discussion include the emergence and definition of stalking; effects and reduction of impacts on victims; and types of stalking. The authors have provided an informative, practical, and absorbing work that is a major step forward in elucidating the nature, causes, impact, and management of stalking.
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