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Sexual Victimization

Then and Now

Tara N. Richards University of Baltimore
Catherine D. Marcum Appalachian State University
March 2014   264 pages   SAGE Publications, Inc   
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Preface
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1. State Variations on Definition of Sexual Assault Amanda Burgess-Proctor and Christopher G. Urban
Chapter 2. Legislative Origins, Reforms, and Future Directions Lane Kirkland Gillespie and Laura King
Chapter 3. Criminal Justice System Treatment Approaches for Sexual Assault Victims Shelly Clevenger
Chapter 4. Sexual Harassment Tammatha L. Clodfelter
Chapter 5. Sexual Victimization Among Intimates Tara N. Richards and Lauren Restivo
Chapter 6. Sexual Victimization on College Campuses Leah E. Daigle, Sadie Mummert, Bonnie S. Fisher, and Heidi L. Scherer
Chapter 7. The Fine Line Between Statutory Rape and Consensual Relationships Sarah Koon-Magnin
Chapter 8. Sexual Victimization Online Kelsey Becker and Catherine D. Marcum
Chapter 9. Victimization of the Vulnerable Tammy Garland and Christina Policastro
Chapter 10. Same-Sex Victimization and the LGBTQ Community Xavier Guadalupe-Diaz
Chapter 11. Sexual Victimization in the U.S. Military Jamie A. Snyder and Heidi L. Scherer
Chapter 12. Sexual Victimization and the Disputed Victim Joan A. Reid
Index
About the Editors
About the Contributors

Sexual Victimization

Then and Now

Tara N. Richards University of Baltimore
Catherine D. Marcum Appalachian State University
March 2014   264 pages   SAGE Publications, Inc  

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ISBN:   9781483308173 Paperback Suggested Retail Price:   $49.00 Bookstore Price:   $39.20

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Sexual Victimization: Then and Now provides scholars easy access to information that specifically examines the continuum of sex crimes and the perception of victims by our criminal justice system and society as a whole. This text features contributions from well-known researchers in the field and serves as an important resource to provide scholars with up-to-date research on sexual victimization that will educate students on this complex and evolving challenge for the criminal justice system. The authors approach the concept by examining how the criminal justice system handles sexual victimization, the association between individuals in a relationship and sexual assault, and unusual and special issues associated with contemporary sexual victimization. By discussing these issues, the theoretical explanations for these crimes and the effectiveness of the policy that has been applied will effectively link the criminological areas of theory, research, and policy.

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