cjs235 | undergraduate
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Workplace Violence, School Violence, and Harassment
- List examples of sources of distress that can result in workplace violence.
- Discuss prevention and response to school violence.
- Differentiate between workplace or school violence and harassment.
- Define terms related to workplace violence, school violence, and harassment.
Terrorism, Victims' Rights Legislation, and the Role of the Victim Advocate
- Discuss the motives and objectives for terrorism.
- Compare domestic terrorism and international terrorism.
- Discuss proactive responses to victimization and crime prevention programs.
- Explain the role of the victim advocate.
Theories and Reporting of Victimization
- Discuss terms and theories of victimization.
- Outline sources of data on crime reporting and victimization.
- Summarize the impact of victimization.
Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, and Sexual Violence Victims
- Define terms related to domestic violence.
- Identify offender–victim relationships and factors of intimate partner violence.
- Define terms related to child abuse and neglect.
- Define terms related to sexual violence.
Victims of Stalking, Elder Abuse, Criminal Justice Injustice, and Correctional Facilities
- Identify types of stalking.
- Describe elder abuse, neglect, and negligence.
- Identify sources of police injustice.
- Discuss correctional facility violence and victimization.
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