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Sex Crimes: Patterns and Behavior (1991)

by Ronald M. Holmes

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This is a revision of the popular and successful introduction to sex crimes text. This edition includes much new material - 4 new chapters, plus updating throughout. It also includes numerous first person accounts from offenders, who reflect on their crimes and treatments are included in special. Features of the book include: - Brief/ The length of the book makes it ideal to be used in conjunction with other texts in sex crimes, deviance, and criminal behavior courses. - First person accounts from offenders/ brief case studies offer insights into the motivation for the behavior and effect of the attempted treatments. - Writing style and level/students enjoyed reading the first edition, often reading ahead of the syllabus, because the authors don′t try to drown them in research and data..… (more)
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Historically, sex crimes have been of great interest in American society.
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This is a revision of the popular and successful introduction to sex crimes text. This edition includes much new material - 4 new chapters, plus updating throughout. It also includes numerous first person accounts from offenders, who reflect on their crimes and treatments are included in special. Features of the book include: - Brief/ The length of the book makes it ideal to be used in conjunction with other texts in sex crimes, deviance, and criminal behavior courses. - First person accounts from offenders/ brief case studies offer insights into the motivation for the behavior and effect of the attempted treatments. - Writing style and level/students enjoyed reading the first edition, often reading ahead of the syllabus, because the authors don′t try to drown them in research and data..

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