Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue
Bentovim, A. (2002), “Preventing sexually abused young people from becoming abusers, and treating the victimization experiences of young people who offend sexually”, Child abuse and neglect. 26: 661–678.
Boswell, G. (2000), Violent children and adolescents : asking the question why, London: Whurr.
Boswell, G. (1995), Violent victims : the prevalence of abuse and loss in the lives of Section 53 offenders, London: Princes Trust.
Calder, M., & H. Hanks (2001), Juveniles and children who sexually abuse : frameworks for assessment, Lyme Regis: RHP.
Cavidino, P. (1996), Children who kill : an examination of the treatment of juveniles who kill in different European countries, Winchester: Waterside.
Efta-Breitbach, J. (2004), “Treatment of Juveniles Who Sexually Offend: An Overview”, Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 13 (3-4): 125 – 138.
Erooga, M. & H. Masson (2006), Children and young people who sexually abuse others : current developments and practice responses Oxford: Routledge.
Johnstone, G. (ed.) (2003), A restorative justice reader : texts, sources, context, Cullompton, Devon: Willan.
Liebmann, M. (2007), Restorative justice : how it works London: Jessica Kingsley.
Morrison, B. (1998), As if London: Granta.
Rich, R. (2006), Attachment and sexual offending : understanding and applying attachment theory to the treatment of juvenile sexual offenders, Chichester: Wiley.
Sereny, G. (1999), Cries unheard, London: Papermac.
van Wijk, A., et al (2005), “A group on their own?”, International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology49(1): 25 – 36.
This list was last updated on 11/02/2011