BOOK CHAPTERS

2021

Nair, V. V., & Varkey, S. A. (2021). From Victim to Criminality: Understanding Sex Trafficking Within the Walls of Sex Work – Victimization of Victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation. In M. Pittaro (Ed.), Global Perspectives on Reforming the Criminal Justice System (pp. 288-308). IGI Global

 

Soroka, I., Tekchandani, R. (2021). Psychobiography as a Scientific Method : Actual trends of modern scientific research. Abstracts of the 7th International Scientific and Practical Conference. MDPC Publishing. Munich, Germany. Pp. 417-420

 

Singh K., Khanna P., Kaur J. (2021) India, Quality of Life. In: Maggino F. (eds) Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-69909-7_1422-3

2020

Soroka, I. (2020). Specifics of teaching conflict management course at university. Modern Approaches to Knowledge Management Development [monograph]. Ljubljana School of Business. 344–355.

Sahni S.P. & Nair V.V. (2020). The need for Financial Criminology in India over changing Global Financial Scenario. In Shekhar B, Sahni S.P (Eds.) A Global Perspective in Victimology & Criminology: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow. New Delhi, India. Bloomsbury Publisher.

Junnarkar, M., Sahni, S. & Gill, S. (2020). Resilience and Well-Being in Sports. In Pradhan, R. K & Kumar, U. International Handbook of Advances in Emotion, Wellbeing and Resilience: Theoretical Perspectives and Practical Applications, Apple Academic Press, Taylor and Francis Group. 

Palit, M. (2020). Depression and Its Impact on Significant Relationships: With Intimate Partner and Family. In Sahni, S. P., Srivastava, J., Thakur, A., Lakhani, S. & Jain. G. (Eds). Let’s Talk about Depression: A Focus on Australia, India, and USA. Bloomsbury Publications. 

Junnarkar, M. & Karishma (2020). Mental Health Status: Indian Perspective. In Sahni, S. P., Srivastava, J., Thakur, A., Lakhani, S. & Jain. G. (Eds). Let’s Talk about Depression: A Focus on Australia, India, and USA. Bloomsbury Publications. 

Nair, V.V., Bhadra, P. & Sahni, S. P. (2020). Challenges to Asylum Seekers in the Criminal Justice System: Case Study from India.In Bhadra P. & Sahni, S. P. (Eds) Crime and Criminal Law Perspectives on Global Migration, (pp. 17-36). Har-Anand Publications Delhi.

 

Bhadra, P. & Sahni, S. P. (2020). Status of Migrants, Refugees & Immigrants in Criminal Law in India. In Bhadra P. & Sahni, S. P. (Eds) Refugee Jurisprudence and Criminal Justice, (pp. 175-184). Har-Anand Publications Delhi.

2019

Sahni, S. P., & Junnarkar, M. Well-being of Domestic Workers (2019). In U. Mahanta and I. Gupta (eds.), Recognition of the Rights of Domestic Workers in Indiahttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-5764- 0_9, Springer Nature, Singapore

 

2018

Sahni, S. & Jain, G. (2018). An overview of Internet Infidelity. In S. Sahni & G. Jain (Eds.), Internet Infidelity: An Interdisciplinary Insight in a Global Context. Singapore: Springer Nature.

Sahni, S. & Swasti, S. (2018). Myths Associated with Internet Infidelity: Is It A Real Problem?. In S. Sahni & G. Jain (Eds.), Internet Infidelity: An Interdisciplinary Insight in a Global Context. Singapore: Springer Nature.

 

Hovorun, T., & Palit, M. (2018). Gender in Pedagogical dimensions. In the edited book Pedagogical and psychological sciences: development prospects in countries of Europe at the beginning of the third millennium, Collective monograph. Volume 1. The Academic Council of Economics College in Stalowa Wola “Baltija Publishing”. 412 p. ISBN 978-9934-571-62-6

Hovorun, T. (2018). Dysfunctional family as a factor of developing the group of risk children. In Theory and Practice of Prevention to Work with Children who are aped to Criminal Behaviour.

 

Jain, G., & Sen, S. (2018) Adultery in the Age of Technology: Complexities and Methodological Challenges in studying Internet Infidelity. In Internet Infidelity: An Interdisciplinary Insight in a Global Context (pp. 31-43). Springer Nature Singapore

Jain, G., Sahni, S. P., & Sehgal, N. (2018). Sexual Identity Expression on the Internet: An Empirical Study of Homosexuals, Heterosexuals, and Bisexuals in India. In Internet Infidelity: An Interdisciplinary Insight in a Global Context (pp. 105-131). Springer, Singapore.

2017

Kirchhoff, G. (2017). Classical School of Criminology. In: J. Barkhuizen, Criminology in South Africa. London: Cambridge Publishers.

Kirchhoff, G. (2017). Historical Aspects of Victimology and Recent Developments of Enforceable Victim Rights in Europe. In L. Mazowiecka, W. Klaus & A. Tarwacka (Eds.), Księga jubileuszowa. Berlin: De Gruyter.

 

Sahni, S. P., Jain, G., & Gupta, I. (2017). Understanding digital Piracy through the lens of Psychological, Criminological and Cultural Factors. In Bottis, M., & Alexandropoulou.E (Eds). Broadening The Horizons of Information Law & Ethics: A Time for Inclusion. The University of Macedonia, Press, Greece. 

Jain, G., & Sahni, S. P. (2017). Understanding Attribution Bias and Reasons Behind Internet Infidelity in India. In Cybercrime, Organized Crime, and Societal Responses (pp. 47-65). Springer International Publishing.

Rath, R., & Reicher, S. (2017). Riots, Religion and the Mobilisation of Communal Hatred in India (with-Rakshi Rath). In G. Elcheroth & S. Reicher (Eds.). Identity, Violence and Power (pp. 155-181). London: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Kirchhoff, G. (2017). The enforceability of victim rights– the right of the victim. In C. D. Spinellis, N. Theodorakis, E. Billis & G. Papadimitrakopoulos (pp. 847-862), Europe In Crisis: Crime, Criminal Justice, and The Way Forward Essays in Honour Of Nestor Courakis. Athens: Ant. N. Sakkoulas Publishers L.P.

Kirchhoff, G. (2017). Introduction. In G. Kirchhoff, M. Palit & S. P. Sahni (Eds.), Global Victimology New Voices: Theory- Facts- Legislation (pp. 13-21). New Delhi: Lexis Nexis India.

Kirchhoff, G. (2017). Victimology: A Theory with Consequences. In G. Kirchhoff, M. Palit & S. P. Sahni (Eds.), Global Victimology New Voices: TheoryFacts- Legislation (pp. 103-114). New Delhi: Lexis Nexis India.

Nunna, B. (2017). Nirbhaya: Incident and One Stop Center Programme in India. In G. Kirchhoff, M. Palit & S. P. Sahni (Eds.), Global Victimology New Voices: Theory- Facts- Legislation (pp. 103- 114). New Delhi: Lexis Nexis India.

Jain, G., & Sahni, S. P. (2017). Understanding Attribution Bias and Reasons Behind Internet Infidelity in India. In Cybercrime, Organized Crime, and Societal Responses (pp. 47-65). Springer International Publishing.

Sahni, S. P., Jain, G., & Gupta, I. (2017). Measures in the Background of Piracy in Entertainment and Software Industry in India. In Cybercrime, Organized Crime, and Societal Responses (pp. 233-247). Springer International Publishing.

Palit, M. (2017). Elements of family-based treatments for adolescents with drug use disorders: creating societies resilient to drugs and crime,  UNODC Report 

2016

Majumdar, S. & Palit, M. (2016). Victimization and Its Impact: Need for psychosocial support. In S. Sahni, A. Dhanda & M. Palit (Eds.), Victims’ Assistance in India: Suggesting Legislative reforms- A Comprehensive Comparative Policy Review (pp. 161-177). New Delhi: ANE Publishing.

Palit, M., & Levin, S. (2016) Collaborative Therapy with Women and Children Refugees in Houston: Moving toward Rehabilitation in U.S after Enduring Atrocities of War. In Dr Laurie L Charlés & Dr Gameela Samarasinghe (Eds). Family therapy in global humanitarian contexts: Voices and issues from the Field, (39-49). American Family Therapy Academy: Springer Publication.

Sahni, S. P., Dhanda, A. & Palit, M. (2016). Legislative Reforms: Suggestions for a Victim-sensitive in India. In G.F. Kirchhoff, M. Palit, & S.P. Sahni’s (Eds). Global Perspectives in Victimology: Theory-Facts-Legislation. Lexis-Nexis Publication (pp. 127-137).