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SFUCRIM 316Eric BeauregardFall

CRIM 316 Chapter Notes -Cognitive Restructuring, Polygraph, Social Skills

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25 Nov 2014
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SFUCRIM 316Eric BeauregardFall

CRIM 316 Chapter Notes -Sex Offender, Karl Abraham, Child Abuse

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25 Nov 2014
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SFUCRIM 316Eric BeauregardFall

CRIM 316 Chapter Notes -Pwn, Cognitive Distortion, Viol

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24 Sep 2014
55
Ch 5: types and typologies of sexual offenders. Reducing recidivism best accomplished by understanding/identifying characteristics of offender and when
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SFUCRIM 316Eric BeauregardFall

CRIM 316 Chapter Notes -Young Offender, Adolescent Sex, Substance Abuse

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25 Nov 2014
46
Ch 6: juvenile offenders: juveniles commit a large number of the known sexual crimes, similarities between adult and juvenile sexual offenders: etiolog
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SFUCRIM 316Eric BeauregardFall

CRIM 316 Chapter Notes -Sexual Assault, Critical Role, Inedia

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25 Nov 2014
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SFUCRIM 316Eric BeauregardFall

CRIM 316 CH 1-3.pdf

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15 Sep 2014
57
Incidence of sexual offences decreasing; sanction for sex offenders constantly increasing over the last 2 decades; but research does not show that such
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SFUCRIM 316Eric BeauregardFall

CRIM 316 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Xist (Gene), Cognitive Distortion, Emotional Blackmail

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24 Sep 2014
48
Offenders make a series of decisions prior to committing the sexual act decisions may transpire long term or may also occur quickly if there is a situa
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SFUCRIM 316Eric BeauregardFall

CRIM 316 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Transvestic Fetishism, Sexual Fantasy, Sexual Arousal

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14 Sep 2016
11
End of the 1960s: theoretical approach to understanding sexual offenders change - few explanations based on abnormalities beyond control of individual,
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SFUCRIM 316Eric BeauregardFall

CRIM 316 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Diocesan Priest, Mainline Protestant, Orthodox Judaism

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27 Sep 2016
19
Physical, verbal, and visual forms of sexual misconduct are widespread in schools. Specific job characteristics were associated with a higher rate of a
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SFUCRIM 316Eric BeauregardFall

CRIM 316 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Paraphilia, Courtship Disorder, Flunitrazepam

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21 Sep 2016
11
Chapter 5: types and typologies of sexual offenders. Only small number of individuals are responsible for committing large % of all criminal acts. Sex
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SFUCRIM 316Eric BeauregardFall

CRIM 316 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Social Constructionism, Etiology, Female Promiscuity

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18 Sep 2016
12
Cycle of offending includes planning that goes into offense + cognitive process offender uses to be able to continue offending (*individuals rarely com
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SFUCRIM 316Eric BeauregardFall

CRIM 316 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: National Crime Victimization Survey, Motor Vehicle Theft, Psychological Trauma

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11 Sep 2016
13
Sexual offence incidents but sanctions constantly (empirical research doesn"t show that sanctions significantly deter offenders or reduce recidivism) O
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