Premise: Victim precipitation is an especially important concept when studying homicide. This chapter says that the thrust of the concept is not to blame the victim for the event, but to examine both individual and situational factors that may have contributed to and initiated the crime.
1) What kinds of individual and situational precipitating factors can you identify that might increase the likelihood of homicide victimization?
Premise: As this chapter shows, the FBI began using a new definition of rape for statistical reporting purposes in 2012.
2) What was the old definition of rape? What is the new one? Why did the FBI change its definition of rape?
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