Men Who Rape: The Psychology of the Offender

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Da Capo Press, Nov 1, 2001 - Psychology - 227 pages
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This book profiles the psychology, clinical aspects, assault patterns, and sexual behaviour of rapists and offenders who use sexual violence. Adolescent offenders, female rapists, male rape, gang rape, child abuse, and incest are also briefly examined. The book concludes with guidelines on assessment and treatment.
 

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This book provided me a clear understanding as to why men rape, which is based on three primary reasons: power, anger, and sex desire (least accepted). I used this book for my research paper in ... Read full review

Review: Men Who Rape: The Psychology of the Offender

User Review  - Goodreads

This book provided me a clear understanding as to why men rape, which is based on three primary reasons: power, anger, and sex desire (least accepted). I used this book for my research paper in ... Read full review

Contents

Contents
1
CHAPTER
4
GUIDELINES FOR ASSESSMENT
193
Data Sources
203
Treatment Approaches
214
193
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Groth, Director, Forensic Mental Health Associates, Webster, Massachusetts and Orlando, Florida.

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