YOUR FIRST FIVE

Your First Five Crime Studies of December 21

Today’s crime studies include work on intimate partner violence and suicidality

Aaron Jacklin
Understanding Crime
1 min readDec 21, 2023

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These new criminology and criminal justice studies were published recently by journals I monitor.

1. The guillotine: Shadow, spectacle and the terror, published in Crime, Media, Culture: An International Journal.

2. Intimate Partner Violence and Suicidality: Applicability of General Strain Theory to Women in Trinidad and Tobago, published in Violence Against Women.

3. Incredible Women: Legal Systems Abuse, Coercive Control, and the Credibility of Victim-Survivors, published in Violence Against Women.

4. Beyond Surviving: A Glimpse Into Jewish-Israeli Women’s Recovery Trajectories After Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence, published in Violence Against Women.

5. The Role of Emotional Processes in Explaining the Link Between Severity of Childhood Maltreatment and Relationship Difficulties, published in Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

I might cover some of these studies further in Understanding Crime. If one sounds interesting or important, let me know in the comments. Right now, I’m considering number 3.

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Aaron Jacklin
Understanding Crime

Creating quality, ethical nonfiction crime content. Criminology Journalist & Writing Coach. Writing a book by July 2024.