Revictimisation    

 
Women’s risk for revictimization by a new abusive partner: for what should we be looking?
Cole, Jennifer, Logan T.K., and Lisa Shannon; Violence and Victims , 2008 Vol 23, Number 3, pp 315-330; Journal article; Keywords: Victimisation; domestic violence; revictimisation; risk factors        
 
Polyvictimization in a child welfare sample of children and youths
Cyr, Katie, Chamberland, Claire, Lessard, Genevieve, Clement, Marie-Eve, Wemmers, Jo-Anne, Collin-Vezina, Delphine, Gagne, Marie-Helene and Dominique Damant; Psychology of Violence , Vol 2(4), Oct 2012, pp385-400; Journal article; Keywords: Victimisation; polyvictimisation; multiple victimisation; children; welfare      

The reoccurrence of victimization
Daigle, Leah, Fisher, Bonnie and Guthrie, Pamela; Victims of Crime ed Robert Davis, Arthur Lurigio and Susan Herman. 3 rd edition, Sage Publications, 2007 pp211-232.; Book chapter; Keywords: Victimisation; revictimisation; prevention programs 

Adult victim/survivors of childhood sexual assault
Fergus, Lara and Keel, Monique; ACSSA Wrap No.1, Melbourne, 2005; Research report; Keywords: Sexual assault; child sexual assault; adult survivors; revictimisation; cost; experiences; criminal justice system; service provision

Polyvictimization and trauma in a national longitudinal cohort
Finkelhor, David, Ormrod, Richard E., and Heather A. Turner; Development and Psychopathology , 2007, Vol 19, pp 149-166; Journal article; Keywords: Polyvictims; multiple trauma; longitudinal study; interventions; sexual assault; domestic violence; family violence; maltreatment; child abuse. 

Cumulative trauma: the impact of child sexual abuse, adult sexual assault, and spouse abuse
Follette, Victoria M., Melissa A. Polusny, Anne E. Bechtle, and Amy E. Naugle; Journal of Traumatic Stress; 1996; Vol 8; No. 1; p25-35; Keywords: Victimisation; multiple victimisation; trauma; sexual abuse; sexual assault; domestic violence

Three patterns of domestic violence in households: Single victimization, repeat victimization, and co-occurring victimization
Goodlin, Wendi, and Dunn, Christopher; Journal of Family Violence, Feb 2010, 25 Issue 2, p107-122; Journal article; Keywords: Domestic violence; family violence; repeat victimisation; offender relationship

The phenomena of multiple victimization: The relationship between personal and property crime risk
Hope, Tim, Bryan, Jane, Trickett, Alan, and Denise R. Osborn; British Journal of Criminology, Autumn 2001, Vol 41, Issue 4, pp595-617; Journal article; Keywords: Victimisation; re-victimisation; multiple victimisation; socio-economic disadvantage; property crime; personal crime; British Crime Survey

Research and interventions to reduce domestic violence revictimization
Mears, Daniel P; Trauma, Violence & Abuse, April 2003, Vol 4, Issue 2, 127-147; Journal article; Keywords: Re-victimisation; domestic violence; interventions; challenges

Rarely an isolated incident: Acknowledging the interrelatedness of child maltreatment, victimisation and trauma
Price-Robertson, Rhys, Penelope Rush, Liz Wall and Daryl Higgins; Child Family Community Australia, 2013, Paper 15, p1-24; Research report; Australia; Keywords: Child maltreatment; child victimisation; polyvictimisation; multi-type victimisation; complex trauma; cumulative harm 

Does polyvictimization affect incarcerated and non-incarcerated adult women differently? An exploration into internalizing problems  
Radatz, Dana L. and Emily M. Wright; Journal of Interpersonal Violence; 10 June 2015, online ahead of print, p 1-22; Journal article; Keywords: Polyvictimisation; victimisation; female offenders; drug use; alcohol use; suicide; prisoners.  

Why are crime victims at risk of being victimized again? Substance use, depression, and offending as mediators of the victimization-revictimization link
Ruback, R. Barry, Valerie A. Clark and Cody Warner; Journal of Interpersonal Violence , published online 3 October 2013, 2014 Vol 29, issue 1, pp 157-185; Journal article; Keywords: Victimisation; re-victimisation; substance use; depression; offending; longitudinal study

Cumulative abuse: Do things add up? An evaluation of the conceptualization, operationalization, and methodological approaches in the study of the phenomenon of cumulative abuse
Scott-Storey, Kelly; Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 2011 , Vol. 12, No 3, pp135-150; Journal article; Keywords: Child abuse; revictimisation; polyvictimisation; retraumatisation; lifespan victimisation

Sexual revictimization in adult women: examining factors associated with their childhood and adulthood experiences
Simmel, Cassandra, Postmus Judy L., and Inseon Lee; Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 2012, Sept. 21:5, pp 593-611; Journal article; Keywords: Re-victimisation; sexual assault; childhood abuse; disclosure.

Impact of poly-victimization on mental health: the mediator and/or moderator role of self-esteem
Soler, Laia, Teresa Kirchner, Claudia Paretilla and Maria Forns; Journal of Interpersonal Violence, September 2013, Vol. 28, No. 13, pp 2695-2712; Journal article; Keywords: Poly-victimisation; child abuse; mental health; youth; adolescents