The Crime Victim's Book, first published in 1979, is a volume co-authored by Dr. Morton Bard (1924-1997) and Dawn Sangrey (. ISBN 978-0465014705).
The Crime Victim's Book, first published in 1979, is a volume co-authored by Dr. which provides practical information on how best to identify and support the needs of crime victims. The Crime Victim's Book was considered for a time after its publication a "bible" for advocates as well as crime victims.
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The crime victim's book. by. Bard, Morton, 1924-; Sangrey, Dawn, joint author.
Dr Morton Bard, psychology professor at City University of New York and expert on the psychology of crime victims, dies at age 73; photo . Dr. Bard was the co-author, with Dawn Sangrey, of ''The Crime Victim's Book'' (1979).
Dr Morton Bard, psychology professor at City University of New York and expert on the psychology of crime victims, dies at age 73; photo (M. Not a book addressed to specialists, but to you and me. A much-needed book. The co-authors wrote that what victims need is sympathy and a chance to vent their feelings. They also said victims require reassurance that they are not failures and are not inferior to the criminal who committed the crime.
Morton Bard was an American psychologist, educator, and author, who was widely known .
His other major works are Issues in Law Enforcement: Essays and Case Studies, and the film Death Notification, which received awards from the International Film and Television Festival of New York, Cine Golden Eagle, and the American Film Festival.
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How crime victims behave after the event: a straightforward introduction to victimology .
How crime victims behave after the event: a straightforward introduction to victimology, which covers in some depth what the media usually distort. Bard, a psychology professor, and Sangrey, a freelance writer, investigate the victim's feelings following a, violation, helplessness-and show how insensitivity (from friends, family, police, et. can compound the hurt or, conversely, how tactful crisis intervention can speed the individual's recovery