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The Stigmatization of Individuals Convicted of Sex

treatment of sex offenders. SCHWARTZ, B. K. (1995). CHARACTERISTICS AND TYPOLOGIES OF SEX OFFENDERS. IN B. SCHWARTZ ferent theories of sexual offending can be meaningfully integrated within this framework. isolation comes increased alienation from the body.



CSOM Publications - Recidivism of Sex Offenders

Unwillingly Revealed: Registered Sex Offenders Attitudes Toward the Sex Offender Registry by Darien Tabriz Combs Social Control Theory 22 2. 3 History of Sex Offender Legislation 23 2. 4 4. 3 Effects on Sexual Offenders 88 Isolation



CSOM Publications - Recidivism of Sex Offenders

Hall and Hirschmans theory is based on sound empirical research about the traits of sex offenders, including the use of cognitive distortions, the presence of poor impulse control and problems with selfregulation of emotions and mood. Additionally, the notion that individual offenders display contrasting problems has empirical support.

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