LLLC2222 - Module Reading List
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. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE
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 Criminology 49(1): 25 – 36.
This list was last updated on 11/02/2011