Annotated Bibliography on Crime: Victims’ Participation In The Criminal Justice System Student’s name Course name and number Instructor’s name Date submitted Doak J. (2003). The victim and the criminal process: an analysis of recent trends in regional and international tribunals. Legal Studies 23(1) 1-32. Jonathan Doak implemented a study on the victim and the criminal justice process. Jonathan analyzed the recent trends in international and regional tribunals that link with the victim’s position in the criminal justice. The researcher utilized descriptive research design specifically the use of observation method to record the outcomes of the study. The target population comprised of the international policy makers leaders of the tribunals and the crime victims. The research found that the cross-fertilization between human rights discourse and the criminal passively in the adjudication of their cases resulting in the creation of a sense of belonging and reduction of the victim’s frustration level. References Doak J. (2003). The victim and the criminal process: an analysis of recent trends in regional and international tribunals. Legal Studies 23(1) 1-32. Kelly D. (1990). Victim Participation in the Criminal Justice System (from Victims of Crime: Problems Policies and Programs V 25 P 172-187 1990 Arthur J Lurigio Wesley G Skogan et al. eds.--See NCJ-128570). Moffett L. (2015 June). Meaningful and Effective? Considering Victims’ Interests Through Participation at the International Criminal Court. In Criminal Law Forum (Vol. 26 No. 2 pp. 255-289). Springer Netherlands. Ostien P. (2012). A survey of the Muslims of Nigeria’s North Central geo-political zone. ing PaperWor (1). [...]
This week’s required readings discussed crime victims’ participation in the criminal justice system and their legal rights and remedies. Evaluate empirical data regarding crime victims by creating an annotated bibliography of three scholarly articles on victimology. Each source on the annotated bibliography must have its own explanatory paragraph (annotation). Each of the annotations must Provide the reader with the complete APA reference entry. Explain who conducted the research. Specify the methods used to conduct the research. Describe the target population in the research. Summarize the findings of the research. Explain the contributions of the research. Visit the Ashford Writing Center for a Sample Annotated Bibliography.