Thinking about the Sexually Dangerous

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ISBN: 9780595390922
Release Date: 2006-04
Number of pages: 260
Author: Ellsworth Fersch
Publisher: iUniverse

Download and read online Thinking about the Sexually Dangerous in PDF and EPUB This volume provides a clear and compelling introduction to one of the most significant topics in society today. Compiled by members of a Harvard seminar, it directs attention to psychoforensic issues most often raised by the general public and by students of social science and criminal justice. The frequently asked questions about the sexually dangerous address: conceptions of dangerousness attempts to confine the sexually dangerous psychological theories of causation psychological contributions to treatment media, political, social, and religious reactions, and statutory, judicial, and other legal responses. The case examples illustrate a variety of issues surrounding: serial, spousal, child, date, and statutory rape consensual sadomasochism surgical and chemical castration repressed memory and false confession video voyeurism restricting child pornography the labeling of object and speech, and post-imprisonment civil confinement in mental hospitals. The extensive bibliography directs students and the public interested in further cases and analyses to the important world where psychology and law, morality, and political and social policy interact. This brief and readable book is the first place to look for what most people want to know about the sexually dangerous.

Thinking about Law and Ethics

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ISBN: 9780595476732
Release Date: 2007-11
Number of pages: 192
Author: Ellsworth L. Fersch
Publisher: iUniverse

Download and read online Thinking about Law and Ethics in PDF and EPUB This volume provides a clear and compelling introduction to the most controversial moral and legal problems in society. Focusing on ethical and legal decision making, it directs attention to the issues raised by the general public and by students of law, philosophy, justice, and social policy. Some frequently asked questions and examples address basic life and death issues: abortion and infanticide; care of children, at risk because of predatory priests or alternatives to medicine; capital punishment, in general and excluding juveniles and the mentally retarded; right to die, including physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia. Other frequently asked questions and examples address administrative practices: affirmative action, especially in higher education; professional conduct of lawyers, doctors, and educators; sexual conduct, including homosexual behavior and same-sex marriage; privacy, as a personal problem and a Constitutional right. The materials examine many controversies in ethical and legal decision making: where competing moral and ethical values come from; how to balance reason and faith as significant factors; what the role of personal religious, political, and philosophical views is in deciding; which method is of use in interpreting the U.S. and State Constitutions; what factors to use in the confirmation of Justices and others; the importance of stability v. the necessity for change in addressing moral problems; whether legislatures or courts can better solve contemporary problems; the wide variety of views of ethical and legal decision making. The extensive bibliography directs students and the public interested in further material to the important world where ethics and law, morality and public policy interact. This brief and readable book is the first place to look for what most people want to know about law and ethics.

Not My Kid

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ISBN: 9780814722596
Release Date: 2012-08-13
Number of pages: 216
Author: Sinikka Elliott
Publisher: NYU Press

Download and read online Not My Kid in PDF and EPUB Going beyond the hype and controversy, Elliott examines how a diverse group of American parents of teenagers understand teen sexuality, showing that, in contrast to the idea that parents are polarized in their beliefs, parents are confused, anxious, and ambivalent about teen sexual activity and how best to guide their own childrens' sexuality.

Illinois Appellate Reports

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ISBN: OSU:32437122448877
Release Date: 2004
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Healing the Wounds of Sexual Addiction

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ISBN: 9780310559764
Release Date: 2009-05-26
Number of pages: 240
Author: Mark Laaser
Publisher: Zondervan

Download and read online Healing the Wounds of Sexual Addiction in PDF and EPUB “Mark has eloquently unraveled the mystery behind addictive behavior: when our relationships are not alive and growing, the temptation for various kinds of addictions is unleashed..”—Dr. Gary Smalley With today’s rampant availability of Internet pornography, sexual addiction has become a national epidemic that affects up to 10 percent of Christians. As devastating as any drug habit, it brings heartbreak and despair to those it entangles. But there is help for men and women caught in sexual addiction’s downward spiral. This book offers a path that leads beyond compulsive thoughts and behaviors to healing and transformation. Sensitive to the shame of sexual addiction without minimizing its sinfulness, Dr. Mark Laaser traces the roots of the problem, discusses its patterns and impact, and maps out a biblical approach to self-control and sexual integrity. Previously titled Faithful and True, this revision includes an all-new section that deals with sexual addiction in the church. Other important changes reflect cultural trends, incorporate current research, and place a greater emphasis on spiritual growth. This book also addresses the unique needs and issues of female sex addicts. Whether you know someone with a sexual addiction or struggle yourself, Healing the Wounds of Sexual Addiction points the way to understanding, wholeness, and holiness.

Encyclopedia of Applied Developmental Science

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ISBN: 9781452265223
Release Date: 2004-10-16
Number of pages: 1360
Author: Celia B Fisher
Publisher: SAGE Publications

Download and read online Encyclopedia of Applied Developmental Science in PDF and EPUB The Encyclopedia of Applied Developmental Science is an important and timely contribution to this burgeoning field. This four-volume set is the authoritative source that encompasses the entire range of concepts and topics involved in the study of applied developmental science. Its contents and levels have broad appeal for those interested in how the application of knowledge about human development can be used to enhance the lives of individuals, families, and communities.

Sexual issues in social work

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ISBN: 186134712X
Release Date: 2007-04
Number of pages: 194
Author: Steve Myers
Publisher: Policy Press

Download and read online Sexual issues in social work in PDF and EPUB Social workers and social care practitioners are increasingly required to engage directly with matters relating to sex and sexuality in their everyday work. Policies and guidance on how to approach these sensitive areas are emerging. This book provides busy practitioners with a ready reference for the day-to-day problems that they are likely to face in key areas of engagement, such as promoting sexual health, preventing sexual violence, working with those subjected to sexual abuse and engaging with the complexities of contemporary sexualities.

Violence Prejudice and Sexuality

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ISBN: 9781135910938
Release Date: 2013-05-13
Number of pages: 204
Author: Stephen Tomsen
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Violence Prejudice and Sexuality in PDF and EPUB The binary model of sexuality can be devastating and even fatal for people left outside the category of heterosexuality. Essentialist categories of sexuality and gender are often enforced by harassment and violence, as is clear in the case of violence directed against sexual minorities such as homosexual men. This book investigates why men launch assaults on sexual minorities, why these attacks are so vicious and frequently irrational, the identities of perpetrators and their victims, and why such violence seems to have some acceptance in fields such as law, psychiatry, the media and popular opinion. Tomsen discusses the theoretical and research literatures on models of understanding human sexuality and gender and the nature of hate violence and prejudice in contemporary societies, and also provides an analysis from his own original research to draw out the contradictory nature of both sexual identity and violence and the significance of viewing both fields as linked domains. This text makes an important contribution to current and future discussions of the nature of social prejudice and its ties to legal rulings, collective beliefs and mainstream culture.

Juvenile Sexual Offending

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ISBN: 0470646942
Release Date: 2011-02-02
Number of pages: 560
Author: Gail Ryan
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Juvenile Sexual Offending in PDF and EPUB Praise for previous editions of Juvenile Sexual Offending "A stimulating presentation of clinical thinking that demonstrates why the authors are leaders in the juvenile sex offending field." —Jim Breiling, National Institute of Mental Health "Juvenile Sexual Offending provides a comprehensive, in-depth look at the juvenile sexual abuser and assessment and treatment issues. The increase in sexual abuse by adolescents makes this book a must for professionals whose work brings them into contact with juvenile sexual abusers." —Robert E. Longo, Serendipity Healing Arts "This book should be required reading for everyone providing services to adolescents who have committed sexual offenses and to their families. It remains the seminal text from which a framework for assessment, treatment, and aftercare are gleaned." —Joann Schladale, Resources for Resolving Violence This classic text sets the foundation for working with juveniles who have sexually offended The new edition of Juvenile Sexual Offending provides a research-based, goal-oriented approach to the assessment, treatment, supervision, and care of this difficult population. Written by leading specialists in the field, the Third Edition represents the tremendous strides in research on brain growth and development. A thorough overview of the process of risk evaluation is included, as well as detailed and practical guidelines on gauging the possibility of repeated offense. Also included: New chapters on legislative and policy developments; risk assessment; adult responsibilities; and outcomes pairing risk management with health promotion Greatly expanded coverage of treatment, including new chapters on abuse-specific and offense-specific treatment interventions, and the effects of trauma Practitioner-friendly guidance to help mental health professionals with decision making; program development; case management skills; and working within multidisciplinary teams Juvenile Sexual Offending, Third Edition helps mental health professionals, child welfare, law enforcement, and juvenile justice professionals move toward successful assessment and treatment of juveniles who sexually abuse, reducing the risk of sexual abuse in future generations.

American Law Reports

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ISBN: UOM:35112204389268
Release Date: 2010
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Re negotiating Transcultural Sexuality

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105025830758
Release Date: 1998
Number of pages: 624
Author: Chong Kee Tan

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The Parlour and the Suburb

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ISBN: 185973796X
Release Date: 2004-11-13
Number of pages: 288
Author: Judy Giles
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic

Download and read online The Parlour and the Suburb in PDF and EPUB Classic accounts of modernity have generally ignored or marginalized women, relegating them to the private sphere of home, sexuality, and personal relationships. The Parlour and the Suburb argues, however, that home and private life have been significant in the formation of modern feminine identities. Twentieth-century women's studies tend to focus on middle-class women, but Giles includes working-class women throughout the book. Topics covered include domestic service, suburbia, consumption practices, and the wartime figure of the housewife. The author makes excellent use of oral history, women's magazines, radio, film, and newspapers to construct a readable narrative. The Parlour and the Suburb subverts the conventional equation of domesticity with tradition, showing how domestically minded women could also be modern. The result is a re-evaluation of women's roles in the private sphere.

Identity and Difference

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ISBN: 0761954333
Release Date: 1997-05-05
Number of pages: 320
Author: Kathryn Woodward
Publisher: SAGE Publications Limited

Download and read online Identity and Difference in PDF and EPUB `The book is easy to use and its layout demonstrates some skill in constructing volumes that `work' as study guides and reference tools. The merit of this book goes well beyond its suitability for course applications. Contemporary ideas on identity provide new meanings for an old concept' - Multilingual and Multicultura In recent years, identity and difference have been the focus of key debates in cultural studies. This broad-ranging book examines the challenge of these debates and outlines their applications to central questions of gender, sexuality, embodiment, health, `race' and nation. The text renders accessible some of the most exciting and controversial issues in recent cultural studies. It comb

Dangerous Kiss

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ISBN: 9781849836326
Release Date: 2012-01-31
Number of pages: 480
Author: Jackie Collins
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Dangerous Kiss in PDF and EPUB In Chances, Lucky grew up in a top crime family; in Lucky, she was married three times; in Lady Boss, she took on Hollywood and bought Panther Studios; and in Vendetta, she fought off a lifelong enemy to keep the studio, and her husband. Now, in Dangerous Kiss, when a member of her family is brutally gunned down in a random holdup, her fury knows no bounds. While she is tracking the killer, her relationship with her husband, charismatic writer and director Lennie Golden, is put to the test. Then, suddenly, into her life comes a man from her past – a man with a dangerous kiss. Dangerous Kiss is a story of raw anger, love, lust, murder and revenge, and at its white-hot center is Lucky Santangelo, a strong, exciting woman who dares to take chances – and always wins.

Criminal Investigation

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ISBN: 9780763755225
Release Date: 2008-08
Number of pages: 581
Author: Ronald Becker
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

Download and read online Criminal Investigation in PDF and EPUB Criminal Investigation, Third Edition, takes an integrated approach to the investigation process. This introductory text explores how contributors to criminal investigation—and its resulting prosecution—are more effective when they understand and appreciate their role on the team, what role other team members play, and how it all comes together. Readers will learn how investigations are connected to a team that is much larger than those charged with the investigations of a crime. The end result is a solid foundation in criminal investigation.