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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
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|Description:||x, 227 pages ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Why take a stand? --
"I knew I had to ... ": reporting rape to law enforcement --
"It had to be done": rape survivors' participation in investigation --
Too little, too late : prosecutors' precourt preparation --
"I wanted there to be no question": survivors' self-preparation for court --
"I don't have to be afraid of you!" : rape survivors' emotion management in court --
"I'm only gonna tell you once": rape survivors' interaction and information management in court --
"He said he'll plead guilty. How does that sound to you?" : rape survivors' participation in and satisfaction with plea negotiations --
"Having the last word": rape survivors' participation in sentencing --
Moving toward more justice for rape survivors in the criminal process.
"This unique book attempts to do several things at once: present research data with regard to rape survivors' satisfaction and problems with the prosecution of their rapes; honor the survivors'