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Lisa van Reemst’s PhD research examines to what extent characteristics of employees are related to experienced workplace victimization of police officers, firefighters and emergency medical workers. By a longitudinal design using self-reported questionnaires, it provides more insight in the relationship between employee characteristics and victimization. In addition, interviews are conducted to explore respondents’ experiences, current policies, and how respondents explain variations in workplace victimization.
- Reemst, L. van & Fischer, T. F. C. (2016). Experiencing external workplace violence: Differences in indicators between three types of emergency responders. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Online before Print. doi: 10.1177/0886260516657913. Read it here
- Van Reemst, L. (2016). A theoretical framework to study variations in workplace violence experienced by emergency responders: Integrating opportunity and vulnerability perspectives. Erasmus Law Review, 9(3), 135-145.
- Reemst, L. van, Fischer, T.F.C. & Zwirs, B.W.C. (2016). Social Information Processing mechanisms and victimization: A literature review. Trauma Violence & Abuse, 17 (1), 3-25. doi: 10.1177/1524838014557286. Read it here.
- Reemst, L. van, Fischer, T.F.C. & Zwirs, B.W.C. (2015). Response decision, emotions, and victimisation of police officers. European Journal of Criminology, 12 (6), 635-657. doi: 10.1177/1477370815587767. Read it here.
- Reemst, L. van, Fischer, T.F.C. & Zwirs, B.W.C. (2014). Reactiekeuzes van politieambtenaren en de kans op geweldservaringen. Mens en Maatschappij, 89 (1), 5-31. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5117/MEM2014.1.REEM. Read it here.