A thematic analysis of 32 self-narratives of men convicted of sexual offences against children suggests that such individuals typically explain their pasts utilizing a script consistent with routine activity theory, emphasizing the role of circumstantial changes in both the onset of and desistance from sexual offending.
Church officials were afraid that he would be arrested. Nash denied all allegations. Reassuringly, however, results are generally consistent with those from the most pertinent existing studies, of recidivism among convicted sex offenders.
Marriage, mood disorders, past suicide attempts and homicide were more common among the women than the men. Additional research also is indicated to determine the specific types of support needed in the presence of certain factors, network style preferences, the supply and demand for support over the.
Fourth, the magnitude of the effect, for most environmental exposure levels, may be relatively small but extremely significant for public health.
This article examines the relationship between housing, a critical aspect of socio-economic conditions, and literacy achievement of children from a school in a high density suburb in South Africa. The difference in shared events is due to differences in appraisal by the parents of the impact of a shared event on the respective children.
This paper on the problem of sex offending among individuals with intellectual disabilities examines the incidence of this problem, characteristics of intellectually disabled sex offendersdetermination of whether the behavior is a paraphilia or functional age-related behavior, and treatment options, with emphasis on the situation in New South….
Nicewicz was assigned as chaplain at state prison in Gardner, MA when he was accused in of child rape and molestation involving 2 girls, ages 11 and 12, from Sutton. Peter in Mendota. One allegation received in Additional factors leading to vulnerability included severe chronic illness of a parent or caregiver, poverty, hunger, lack of access to services, inadequate clothing or shelter, overcrowding, deficient caretakers, and factors specific to the child, including disability, direct experience of physical or sexual violence, or severe chronic illness.
Within the literature on sex offending , much attention is paid to the distinction between those sex offenders who offend against adults and those who offend against children.