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Victimology in Brief

Victimology in Brief

The Term Victimology was coined in the year 1947 by Benjamin Mendelson by deriving from the latin term “victim” and the Greek term “logos” meaning science of victims. The term “Victimology,” therefore, relates to the term “victim.” The term “victim” dates back to ancient cultures and civilizations. Its original meaning was rooted in the exercise of sacrifice i.e. taking of life of a person or animal to satisfy a duty. Over the time, the word victim came to have additional meanings so as to include any person, who has suffered injury, loss or hardship due to any act committed by a person.

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