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Petherick, W., & Turvey, B. E. (2009). Stranger violence. In B. E. Turvey & W. Petherick (Eds.), Forensic victimology: Examining violent crime victims in investigative and legal contexts (pp. 417-444). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science.
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A stranger is someone who is unknown or foreign. Stranger violence occurs when an offender attacks a victim whom he or she does not know; someone who is not part of the family, not a friend or coworker, and not an acquaintance of any kind. Though generally less common than violence suffered at the hands of friends, family, and acquaintances, stranger violence enjoys a great deal more of our attention.
Wayne Petherick and Brent E. Turvey. "Stranger violence" Forensic victimology: Examining violent crime victims in investigative and legal contexts (1st ed). Ed. B. E. Turvey & W. Petherick. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science, 2009. 417-444.
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