Handbook of sexual assault: issues, theories, and treatment of the offender
A useful tool for practitioners, researchers, theorists, and advanced students, Handbook of Sexual Assault analyzes the nature and extent of the problem of sexual offending and classifies the types of offenders according to an empirically developed system. In addition, contributors present the theories of the etiology and maintenance of sexual offending; offer various perspectives and factors relevant to accurate assessment; and detail contemporary treatment procedures.
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Issues in Sexual Assault
The Nature and Extent of Sexual Assault
The Development and Corroboration
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