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Author:  Alissa R.  Ackerman, Ph.D..

Source: Volume 12, Number 06, October/November 2011 , pp.85-86(2)

Sex Offender Law Report

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DSM-5 Proposed Diagnostic Criteria for Sexual Paraphilias: Tensions Between Diagnostic Validity and Forensic Utility by Jerome C. Wakefield. Inevitable Recidivism—The Origin and Centrality of an Urban Legend by Tamara Rice Lave. Optimizing Risk Mitigation in Management of Sexual Offenders: A Structural Model by Raina Lamade, Adeena Gabriel, and Robert Prentky. Post-Release Controls for Sex Offenders in the U.S. and UK by Roxanne Lieb, Hazel Kemshall, and Terry Thomas. Preventing Sexual Violence: Can Examination of Offense Location Inform Sex Crime Policy? by Nicole Colombino, Cynthia Calkins Mercado, Jill Levenson, and Elizabeth Jeglic. Prevention of Sexual Violence by Those Who Have Been Sexually Violent by Christopher Slobogin. Prospects for the International Migration of U.S. Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification Laws by Wayne A. Logan.


Affiliations:  1: University of California, Merced.

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