Sex Offenders and the Internet
Online, the opportunity to commit a crime is never more than a few clicks away. Sex Offenders and the Internet explores the nature of online sex offenders in order to help practitioners understand and treat this new category of client. Kerry Sheldon and Dennis Howitt examine the research base by reviewing case studies and psychological profiles, with a particular focus on paedophilic Internet sex offenders. Issues covered include child pornography, the often overlooked ‘excuses’ for paedophilia, and how we can move forward. The result is a book that comprehensively details the nature of Internet sex offenders, bringing together the relevant research into one essential volume.
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Sex Offending on the Internet
The Issue of Child Pornography
What we Know about Paedophilia
Creating and Controlling the Internet Sex Offender
What Internet Sex Offenders Do
The Childhood Histories of Paedophiles
Sexual Abuse and Sexualisation in the Childhoods of Paedophiles
Coping with Life through Abuse and Child Pornography
Relationships in Childhood and Adulthood Security and Attachment
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