Stephanie joined ENU in August 2015 as a Lecturer in Criminology after completing a British Academy funded Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the University of Edinburgh.
Fohring, S. (2018). What’s in a word? Victims on ‘victim’. International Review of Victimology, 24(2), (151-164). doi:10.1177/0269758018755154. ISSN 0269-7580
Identifying as a victim of crime is a complex process involving both social and personal motivations. This paper utilises data gathered from victims of crime to examine how th...
Fohring, S. (2015). An integrated model of victimization as an explanation of non-involvement with the criminal justice system. International Review of Victimology, 21(1), (45-70). doi:10.1177/0269758014547993. ISSN 0269-7580
This article presents an integrated theoretical model of victimization supported by both quantitative and qualitative data. By combining and clarifying existing criminological...
Fohring, S. (2013). Putting a face on the dark figure: Describing victims who don’t report crime. Temida časopis o viktimizaciji, ljudskim pravima i rodu / Viktimološko Društvo Srbije i Prometej, Beograd, 17(4), 3-18. doi:10.2298/tem1404003f
Since the inception of large scale victimisation surveys a considerable amount of research has been conducted investigating the so called ‘dark figure’ of unreported crime. Al...
Fohring, S. (2015). Book review: Victims of terrorism. A comparative and interdisciplinary study-Lynch, Orla & Argomaniz, Javier (eds) Routledge: London, 2015; ISBN 9780415836593. International Review of Victimology, 21(3), (363-364). doi:10.1177/0269758015591933. ISSN 0269-7580
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