Bibliography of Resources by Topic: stalking

This bibliography includes references to books, video and curricula that aim to inform the public about sexual violence and its aftermath.

This is often a difficult topic to discuss and to learn about. We hope that this list will prove useful to individuals and groups searching for information on this topic. These lists are provided for information purposes only. The Arizona Department of Health Services and the University of Arizona do not specifically endorse the materials listed herein. For more information about a specific resource please contact the listed publisher or distributor directly.

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2000 National Victim Assistance Academy - Training Material on Stalking (Ch.22)
Addresses definitions of stalking, stalking statutes, characteristics of stalkers and their victims, categories of stalking, impact on victims, and victim response strategies. Training available in web-based format as an HTML document.
Author:
Office for Victims of Crime of the Department of Justice
Release Date Year:
2001
Language:
English
Media Type:
Curricula
Target Audience:
Law enforcement, Practitioners / Professionals and Service Providers
Publisher/Producer:
Office for Victims of Crime of the Department of Justice
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Stalking in Children and Adolescents: The Primitive Bond
Develops a theory linking stalking, harassment, developmental issues, and emotional states, and provides recommendations for case management, policy, and personal safety. 298-page book
Author:
Joseph T. McCann
Available From:
Release Date Year:
2000
Language:
English
Media Type:
Book
Target Audience:
Parents, Practitioners / Professionals and Service Providers, Schools
Publisher/Producer:
American Psychological Association
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Stalking, Harassment, and Murder in the Workplace: Guidelines for Protection and Prevention
Provides guidelines for protection and prevention through an examination of how stalkers think, the impact on targets, legal approaches, case histories, and organizational strategies. 264-page book
Author:
Bernadette H. Schnell and Nellie M. Lanteigne
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Release Date Year:
2000
Language:
English
Media Type:
Book
Target Audience:
Not provided
Publisher/Producer:
Quorum Books
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