Sex Crimes: Perpetrators, Predators, Prostitutes, and Victims
Sex Crimes: Perpetrators, Predators, Prostitutes, and Victims provides an in-depth examination of sexual criminality, its nature, characteristics, ... Show synopsis Sex Crimes: Perpetrators, Predators, Prostitutes, and Victims provides an in-depth examination of sexual criminality, its nature, characteristics, dimensions, and ramifications in American society. Within this context, the book will address both recognized and little known sex crimes, the magnitude of such crimes, sex offenders and victims, theories on sexual criminality and sex criminals and the criminal justice system. The book is divided into seven parts. Part I examines sex-related homicides as a reflection of sexual criminality; Part II focuses on rape crimes, including forcible rape in general, marital rape, date and acquaintance rape; female, same sex rape, and statutory rape. Part III explores incestuous crimes, including father-daughter incest, mother-child incest, and other intrafamilial sexual abuse. Part IV studies sexual predatory crimes, including child molestation, pedophilia, pornography and sex crimes; sex trafficking and sexual slavery; and other sexual abuse and paraphilias such as exhibitionism, voyeurism, bestiality, coprolagnia, and ritual sex abuse. Part V examines female (women and girls) prostitution crimes, as well as male prostitution. Part VI explores theories on sexual criminality, and Part VII focuses on the criminal justice system, sex crimes and offenders, including sex crime laws, arrests and sex offenders, and incarcerated sex criminals. Additionally, the illustrations supplement the text in exemplifying relevant data on sex crimes, criminals, and victims.