Current Perspectives on Sex Crimes
Publication Year: 2002
This wide-ranging anthology offers a variety of perspectives with excerpts from books and current articles from research journals, plus four original contributed articles. Topics covered include the major types of sex crimes and offenders, therapies, juvenile sex offenses, and nuisance sexual offenders. This book is designed as a stand alone or as a supplemental text to Sex Crimes, 2/e. Features of this text include: Cutting-edge articles by top scholars in the field Major units of the reader parallel and enhance the contents of Sex Crimes 2/e
- Front Matter
- Back Matter
- Subject Index
- Unit 1: A Basic Overview
- Chapter 1: Sex in the 21st Century
- Unit 2: Nuisance Sex Behaviors and Crime
- Chapter 2: Swinging: A Functional Alternative to Prostitution
- Chapter 3: The Transformative Power of Sex Work
- Chapter 4: Entry, Maintenance, and Departure from a Career in the Sex Industry: Strippers' Experiences of Occupational Costs and Rewards
- Chapter 5: Prostitution, the Sex Industry, and Sex Tourism
- Chapter 6: Voyeurism: A Criminal Precursor and Diagnostic Indicator to a Much Larger Sexual Predatory Problem in Our Community
- Chapter 7: Lookin' for Love in All the Wrong Places: Men Who Patronize Prostitutes
- Unit 3: Homosexuality, Transvestism, and Transsexualism
- Chapter 8: Developmental Implications of Victimization of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Youth
- Chapter 9: Inmate Sexual Assault: The Plague That Persists
- Chapter 10: Sexual Assault and Coercion among Incarcerated Women Prisoners: Excepts from Prison Letters
- Unit 4: Juvenile Sex Crimes and Behaviors: Offenders and Victims
- Chapter 11: The Creation of and Considerations Surrounding Megan's Law: The D.A. Can't Get No Relief
- Chapter 12: Cognitive Distortions among Women Reporting Childhood Sexual Abuse
- Chapter 13: The Self-Reported Behaviors of Juvenile Sexual Offenders
- Chapter 14: Misuse of the Internet by Pedophiles: Implications for Law Enforcement and Probation Practice
- Unit 5: Dangerous Sex Crimes
- Chapter 15: Fractured Identity Syndrome: A New Theory of Serial Murder
- Chapter 16: Criminal Behavioral Assessment of Arsonists, Pyromaniacs, and Multiple Firesetters: The Burning Question
- Chapter 17: Profiles of Psychopathy in Incarcerated Sexual Offenders
- Chapter 18: Prevalence and Consequences of Male-to-Female and Female-to-Male Intimate Partner Violence as Measured by the National Violence against Women Survey
- Unit 6: Rape
- Chapter 19: The Role of Offender Alcohol Use in Rape Attacks: An Analysis of National Criminal Victimization Survey Data
- Chapter 20: Assisting Rape Victims as They Recover from Rape: The Impact on Friends
- Chapter 21: Services for Sexual Assault Survivors: The Role of Rape Crisis Centers
- Unit 7: Special Issues and Concerns of Sex Behaviors and Crimes
- Chapter 22: The Sexual Victimization of College Women
- Chapter 23: Where Should We Intervene? Dynamic Predicators of Sexual Offense Recidivism
- Chapter 24: Strange Bedfellows: Is Sex Offender Notification a Form of Community Justice?
- Chapter 25: Criminal Profiling: Real Science or Just Wishful Thinking?
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Preface and Acknowledgments[Page ix]About This Book
This book has a manifest purpose of presenting readings that deal with specific sexual behaviors. The reader will instantly note that most of the readings have been published within the past 2 years. Certainly, there are appropriate articles written before this time, but we have taken special care in examining writings that are not only new but, more importantly, timely. Also, we have included original writings of several authors that have been solicited for this book. Coupling the articles from the past and the ones written especially for this book, we hope that this book will fill a void that exists. There are books and readers that deal with particular subjects such as serial murder (including our own), child abuse, child victims, and so on. But this book is unique in its content and focus. We are hopeful that it will fill the void.
We wish to thank some individuals in our discipline for their interest in and support of our work. When one lists people to thank, there is always the chance that a name or two is omitted. So, we wish to apologize in advance for this. Nevertheless, we thank Sgt. David Rivers, Metro-Dade (Florida) Sheriff's Office; Drs. David Fabianic and Bernie McCarthy, University of Central Florida; Parole Officer James Massie, Louisville, Kentucky; Dr. Eric Hickey, California State University at Fresno; and Dr. Jack Levin, Northeastern University. In addition, we talked with some individuals who gave us some inside information: Lt. George Barret (ret.) of the Louisville Police Department; Sheriff Charles Cox, Miami County, Ohio; Major Henry Ott, Louisville Fire Department; Rick Sanders, Drug Enforcement Administration; and Thomas Harris, author.
Our families deserve special attention. Even as we are writing this section, our wives are shopping at Bed, Bath, and Beyond. They deserve special attention and praise, we think.—Ronald M.Holmes, University of Louisville—Stephen T.Holmes, University of Central Florida[Page x]
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About the Editors[Page 403]
Ronald M. Holmes is Professor 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.
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 six 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.