Best-selling in Adult Learning & University
Save on Adult Learning & University
- £19.50Trending at £25.46
- £9.24Trending at £10.97
- £26.45Trending at £27.74
- £19.99Trending at £22.62
- £30.79Trending at £34.30
- £10.89Trending at £13.11
- £18.40Trending at £19.55
About this product
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication28/02/2013
- GenreSocial Issues, Services & Welfare
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Content Note1 black & white illustrations, 19 black & white tables, 1 black & white line drawings
- Weight635 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Edited byJessica Woodhams,Miranda A. H. Horvath
- Table Of ContentsForeword, Liz Kelly, 1. Introduction, Jessica Woodhams & Miranda A.H. Horvath, 2. Multiple Perpetrator Rape as an international phenomenon, Teresa da Silva, Leigh Harkins & Jessica Woodhams, 3. Masculinity, status and power: Implicit messages in Western media discourse on high-profile multiple perpetrator rape cases, Karen Franklin, 4. Variations in Multiple Perpetrator Rape characteristics relative to group size: Comparing duo and larger group MPR offences, Mackenzie Lambine, 5. Group sexual offending: Comparing adolescent female with adolescent male offenders, Jan Hendriks, Miriam Wijkman & Catrien Bijleveld, 6. Busting the 'Gang-Rape' myth: Girls' victimisation and agency in gang-associated rape and peer-on-peer exploitation, Carlene Firmin, 7. Streamlining: understanding gang rape in South Africa, Rachel Jewkes & Yandisa Sikweyiya, 8. Multiple Perpetrator Rape during war, Elisabeth J. Wood, 9. Leadership and role-taking in Multiple Perpetrator Rape, Louise Porter, 10. Aggression and violence in Multiple Perpetrator Rape, Jessica Woodhams, 11. Multiple Perpetrator Rape victimization: How it differs and why it matters, Sarah E. Ullman, 12. Multiple Perpetrator Rape in the courtroom, Miranda A.H. Horvath & Jacqueline Gray, 13. Issues concerning treatment of adolescent Multiple Perpetrator Rape offenders, Talia Etgar, 14. Girls and gangs: Preventing Multiple Perpetrator Rape, James A. Densley, Allen Davis and Nick Mason, 15. Conclusion, Miranda A.H. Horvath & Jessica Woodhams.
- Author BiographyMiranda A.H. Horvath Ph.D. is the David Jenkins Chair in Forensic and Legal Medicine (2012-2013) and a Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology at Middlesex University, where she is also Deputy Director of Forensic Psychological Services. Miranda's research focuses on sexual violence and violence against women. She has worked on many aspects of these topics both as a researcher and evaluator. She has published over 35 journal articles, chapters and reports and was co-editor of the collection Rape: Challenging Contemporary Thinking (Willan, 2009). Miranda is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Sexual Aggression and member of the Editorial Board of Women's Studies International Forum. Jessica Woodhams Ph.D. is a Forensic Psychologist and a Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology at the University of Birmingham, UK. She has been researching sexual offending (including multiple perpetrator rape) for the last ten years. She has written more than 20 journal articles and book chapters on sexual offending and she has been awarded several research grants on the topic. Her research on multiple perpetrator rape has included the use of violence and aggression by offenders, leadership and victims' behaviours. In 2010, she received an award from the European Association for Psychology and Law for her early career achievement.
This item doesn't belong on this page.
Thanks, we'll look into this.