Sex Crimes: Patterns and Behavior

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SAGE Publications, 5. 11. 2001 - Počet stran: 291
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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O autorovi (2001)

Ronald M. Holmes is Coroner, in the Jefferson County Coroner's office and Professor Emeritus of Justice Administration at the University of Louisville. He is the author of several books, among them Profiling Violent Crimes, Sex Crimes, and Serial Murder. He is also the author of more than 50 articles appearing in scholarly publications. He is Vice President of the National Center for the Study of Unresolved Homicides and has completed more than 500 psychological profiles for police departments across the United States. He received his doctorate from Indiana University.

is Coroner, in the Jefferson County Coroner's office and Professor Emeritus of Justice Administration at the University of Louisville. He is the author of several books, among them and He is also the author of more than 50 articles appearing in scholarly publications. He is Vice President of the National Center for the Study of Unresolved Homicides and has completed more than 500 psychological profiles for police departments across the United States. He received his doctorate from Indiana University.

Stephen T. Holmes is Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of Central Florida. Prior to this position, he was a social science analyst for the National Institute of Justice in Washington, D.C. He has authored 6 books and more than 15 articles dealing with policing, drug testing, probation and parole issues, and violent crime. He received his doctorate from the University of Cincinnati.

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