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Book Reviews

The Juvenile Sex Offender, 2nd ed

Keith A. Caruso, MD

Published: September 30, 2008

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Intervention with juvenile sex offenders offers the promiseof avoiding a cycle of perpetuation of offending that has oftenbegun with earlier abuse of the juvenile offender. Drs. Barbareeand Marshall have amassed a panel of knowledgeable contributorswho define what we do and do not know about juvenile sexoffenders, the risk factors for their offending, and the triggersand concomitant problems of their offending. The chapters arewritten in such a comprehensive and understandable mannerthat each is invaluable as a freestanding resource for timepressedpractitioners with questions in a specific area, withoutthe need of reading the entire book to grasp the concepts.’ ‹


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Volume: 69

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