Sex Crimes and Paraphilia
Eric W. Hickey
Pearson Education, 2006 - Social Science - 537 pages
Sex Crimes and Paraphilia offers a comprehensive examination of sex crimes, sex offenders, victims of sex crimes as well as intervention and treatment strategies. Examining a wide range of sex crimes ranging from non-violent offenses such as exhibitionism, voyeurism and obscene telephone calls to serial rapes and lust murders, Sex Crimes and Paraphilia looks to uncover the roots and causes of these behaviors to aid in the understanding of sex offenders and their crimes.
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