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A differential phenomenology of stalking: Using latent class analysis to identify different types of stalking victimization

Helmut Hirtenlehner, Barbara Starzer & Christoph Weber.

International Review of Victimology. September 2012, vol. 18, no. 3; 207-227.

 

Abstract

Stalking is a complex social phenomenon which can take on many different forms. In this article, efforts are made to reduce the multiplicity of heterogeneous patterns of stalking victimization to a small number of distinct victimization profiles. Based on a survey of Austrian stalking victims, a typology of stalking profiles is developed that reflects the different phenotypes of stalking victimization in terms of the behavioural components of the incidents. A latent class analysis identifies four types of stalking victimization that differ significantly in their determinants and their impact on the victim's well-being and quality of life.

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