Multiple Victimization & Sexual Revictimization

Norman Isaiah Graham, Anne Smith, Mary Meade, David Wolf, Jerry Song


Committing multiple victimization and sexual revictimization towards others can be labeled inhuman crimes that cause various forms of trauma to victims. In return, this results in higher mortality and tarnishes the connections between members of society. Five thousand three hundred people were used as a sample amount for the survey. The researcher wanted to know how people experiencing multiple victimizations and sexual revictimization can cause strain to one’s social life. The researcher also wanted to explore the connections to higher mortality rates as a result of the multiple victimizations and/or sexual revictimization to an individual. Results show that typical victims are those with little income and with an age range of 18 – 25; however, typical victims of sexual revictimization are usually outdoors during high-crime hours and with an age range of 18 – 25. With a lack of support, information and professionals with adequate experience to help those experiencing these offenses, victims resort to drugs, sex, and crime to ease their pain, making them feel alone in the world.

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International Journal of Social Science Studies   ISSN 2324-8033 (Print)   ISSN 2324-8041 (Online)

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