After Homicide: Practical and Political Responses to Bereavement

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Index
anger
nature of 101-2, 324
anniversaries 89-90
anomie 42
Antilla, I
victimology, on 21
autopsy 74
Avison, Neville
victimology, on 24
Bacon, Joan
contamination, on 119
homicide, on 43
Justice for Victims 210-11
POMC, on 212-13
SAMM200-1
Bamford, Janet
SAMM, on 201
bereavement 28-56, see also grief
after homicide 28-56
anger, and 47-9
child, death of 29-30
contaminating power of homicide, and 32
criminal justice system, and 61-3
demography 28
depth of emotional reactions, 30-1
distinctiveness 38
family breakdown, and 46-7
fear, and 44-5
four-stage mourning process 60
guilt, and 42-3
hatred, and 48
homicide survivor, and 29-55
isolation 34-5
'league table of pain' 51
manifestations of anger and passion 49-51
meaning 28
physical effects 40-1
powerlessness of victim, and 53-4
stages of development 58
structural disorder 41-2
bereavement as a career 57-90
anniversaries 89-90
time, and 88-90
Blair, Tony
Justice for Victims, and 259
Blom-Cooper, Louis
homicide, on 8-9
victimology, on 23-4
Byrne, Ronan
death, on 30
Campaign Against Drunk Drivers 175
Campbell, Duncan
journalism, on 228
survivors' groups, on 230-1
CAVEAT 274
Central Criminal Court
Crown Court Witness Service 187
Chaudry, Brigitte
alienation, on 45-6
bereavements, on 39
Chisholm, Ian
criticism of 318-19
Christie, Nils
victimology, on 25
Citizens Against Homicide 147, 275-6
Cohen, Stan
homicide, on 39-40
Cooper, Jane197-8
role in SAMM305-9
coroner 73-8 seealso inquest
duties 74-5

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • General Editors' Introduction vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgements xxvii
  • Contents xxix
  • Figures xxxi
  • Tables xxxii
  • Abbreviations xxxiii
  • Dramatis Personae xxxv
  • 1 - Homicide in England and Wales 1
  • 2 - Bereavement after Homicide 28
  • 3 - Bereavement as a Career 57
  • 4 - The Moral Economy of the Homicide Survivor 91
  • 5 - Beginnings: From The Compassionate Friends to Parents of Murdered Children 136
  • 6 - Victim Support and Parents of Murdered Children 168
  • 7 - The Campaigning Survivors: Justice for Victims, Activism, and the Mass Media 206
  • 8 - The Politics of Justice for Victims 241
  • 9 - The Evolution of SAMM 278
  • 10 - Conclusion 321
  • Index 334
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