Perspectives on Female Sex Offending: A Culture of Denial

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Ashgate, 2004 - Social Science - 225 pages
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The issue of child sexual abuse has gained widespread attention over the last three decades, but minimal attention has been paid to sexual abuse by women. Victims of female sex offenders have been virtually ignored or neglected from serious study. Consequently we have little knowledge of the experience of victims or of professional perspectives on female sex offending. the life histories and experiences of both male and female victims of female sex offenders, and by investigating the impact and consequences of the sexual abuse. She also explores professional responses to female sex offending and the ways in which police officers and psychiatrists have understood, portrayed and managed such cases. issue, the book contributes to policy and practice issues relating to victims and to the training of different professional groups involved in child sex abuse.

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