Simultaneously, the psycho-social/victimology perspective recognizes the importance of analyzing the broader social context surrounding victimization. This involves studying societal attitudes, cultural norms, and institutional responses that may either exacerbate or mitigate the impact of victimization. For instance, examining how social stigmas or biases influence the treatment of victims within legal and healthcare systems provides valuable insights into the systemic challenges victims face. By addressing both the individual and societal aspects of victimization, this perspective promotes a holistic understanding that informs the development of comprehensive strategies for prevention, intervention, and support. Ultimately, bridging the gap between psychological insights and societal dynamics is essential for crafting effective policies and initiatives that foster a more empathetic and responsive approach to victimized individuals.