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From the Literature: Sex Offender Residence Restrictions; Sexual Convictions and Denial; “Sex Offender” Versus “Person”; Impact of Medical Data and Victim Race in Judicial Decision-Making  


Author:  Stacy Calhoun.


Source: Volume 22, Number 06, October/November 2021 , pp.87-90(4)




Sex Offender Law Report

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Abstract: 

Our regular survey of the research literature summarizes and reviews “Sex Offender Residence Restrictions and Homelessness: A Critical Look at South Carolina” by Deanna Cann and Deena A. Isom Scott, published in 31(8) Criminal Justice Policy Review 1119-135 (2020); “Simulated Judicial Decision‐Making for African and European American Adolescents With Illegal Sexual Behavior: The Impact of Medical Data and Victim Race/Ethnicity” by Rebecca Fix, John Falligant, and Apryl Alexander, published in 38(1) Behavioral Sciences & the Law 51-65 (2020); “Men With Sexual Convictions and Denial” by Jayson Ware and Nicholas Blagden, published in 22(9) Current Psychiatry Reports 1-6 (2020); and “Sex Offender Versus Person: The Influence of Labels on Willingness to Volunteer With People Who Have Sexually Abused” by Giulia Lowe and Gwenda Willis, published in 32(5) Sexual Abuse 591-613 (2020).

Keywords: Sex Offender Residence Restrictions; Sexual Convictions and Denial; “Sex Offender” Versus “Person”; Impact of Medical Data and Victim Race in Judicial Decision-Making

Affiliations:  1: UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs.

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