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Vol 4, No 2 (2015): International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy
Table of Contents
- Tipping Points and the Accommodation of the Abuser: Ongoing Incestuous Abuse during Adulthood Warwick Middleton. 4-17 PDF () (341KB)
- Technology-facilitated Organized Abuse: An Examination of Law Enforcement Arrest Cases Janis Wolak. 18-33 PDF (376KB)
- Child Grooming and Sexual Exploitation: Are South Asian Men the UK Media’s New Folk Devils? Aisha K Gill, Karen Harrison. 34-49 PDF () (357KB)
- Cultures of Abuse: ‘Sex Grooming’, Organised Abuse and Race in Rochdale, UK Michael Salter, Selda Dagistanli. 50-64 PDF (352KB)
- Who Done It, Actually? Dissociative Identity Disorder for the Criminologist Adah Sachs. 65-76 PDF (337KB)
- Dissecting Disbelief: Possible Reasons for the Denial of the Existence of Ritual Abuse in the United Kingdom Kate Richardson. 77-93 PDF (390KB)
- Bad Apples, Bad Barrel: Exploring Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse by Catholic Clergy in Australia Jodi Death. 94-110 PDF (359KB)
- Endemic Sexual Violence and Abuse: Contexts and Dispositions Susan Nicole Rayment-McHugh, Stephen Smallbone, Nick Tilley. 111-124 PDF (372KB)
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