Toward a Comprehensive Model on Stalking Acknowledgment: A Test of Four Models
stalking, stalking acknowledgment, Supplemental Victimization Survey, National Crime Victimization Survey
Using a sample of national stalking victims, this study draws from four general models applied in previous works on sexual harassment acknowledgment to propose a comprehensive model of stalking acknowledgment. The results indicate that the type of stalking behaviors, personal characteristics of victims, negative emotions experienced by victims, and changes in perceptions due to the intrusive behaviors are significant correlates of stalking acknowledgment. Implications of findings relating to the qualification of legal definitions of stalking and stalking reportage are also discussed.
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Crime & Delinquency, v. 60, issue 8, p. 1158-1182
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Ngo, Fawn T., "Toward a Comprehensive Model on Stalking Acknowledgment: A Test of Four Models" (2014). Criminology Sarasota Manatee Campus Faculty Publications. 23.
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