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Victims of fraud: Comparing victims of white collar and violent crime

This article compares the experiences of white collar and violent crime victims. It finds victims of white collar crime tend to be older, more affluent and relatively more likely to be female than victim crime; it finds generalised anxiety disorder and major depressive disorder are the most common psychiatric complications of both types of victims; and it finds social support to be a good indicator of recovery for victims of violent crime.


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