Thinking About Law And Ethics

Author: Ellsworth L. Fersch
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595476732
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Ahout the Book This volume grew out of my Harvard course on Law and Ethics,
subtitled Making the Moral Decision, and is modeled on three earlier books that
answered approximately one hundred frequently asked questions and featured
approximately fifteen case examples about the insanity defense, and the sexually
dangerous, and psychopaths and psychopathy. This book follows a somewhat
similar organization to those, though the case examples here are incorporated
within ...

Illinois Appellate Reports

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Spend 30 seconds thinking about a plethysmograph. This is a test that
determines or measures sexual arousal, basically involuntary reaction. Picture it.
You are going in some sterile, the most unerotic setting you can ever imagine
with several people all around ... A man who in Mr. Grant's word has a cloud of a
sexually dangerous person hanging over his head. A man who has to be thinking
in his head I am going to try to be as unaroused as possible. I don't know if a
person would be ...

Dangerous

Author: Milo Yiannopoulos
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1501173103
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A Threshold Editions book. Threshold Editions has a great book for every reader.

Illinois Appellate Reports

Author: Illinois. Appellate Court
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Based on the interview, the MMPI, and a review of respondent's records, Miller
opined that respondent is a sexually dangerous person who has suffered from
pedophilia since at least 1983 or 1984. Miller also opined that, because
respondent continues to spend time around children, his “risk for reoffending is
very high.” According to Miller, respondent's prognosis is poor based on his long
history of pedophilia, his poor response to treatment, and his current level of
denial. Also, due to ...

Sexual Issues In Social Work

Author: Steve Myers
Publisher: Policy Press
ISBN: 9781861347121
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Thus black men can be viewed as more sexually dangerous and black women
can be seen as more sexually voracious than a (presumed) white norm. This
places black people in an ambivalent position of being endowed with often
desirable physical qualities, yet categorised as being more naturalistic and
primitive in their desires. The idea that non-white peoples are closer to nature is a
strong one in Western thinking, supported by scientific understandings that
generate a hierarchy ...

Violence Prejudice And Sexuality

Author: Stephen Tomsen
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135910936
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This binary division in thinking about sexuality and violence is belied by the
actual levels of same-sex activity and desire between perpetrators and victims.
Some of the very worst incidents of violence occur ... The occasions in which
killers have both pleasurable and profitable casual sexual relations with their
eventual victims give a dangerous half-truth to courtroom claims about the sexual
interest and advances ofthe homosexual deceased. These cases challenge us to
awaken to the ...

Juvenile Sexual Offending

Author: Gail Ryan
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470646946
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It is difficult for a youth to acknowledge having planned an abusive behavior. It
soundsworse ifitwas notan impulsive act, and the implications of premeditation
may increase the needto deny planning. Most sexually abusive behaviors occur
inanarea that allowsthe behaviorto succeed, andthere are elements ofsecrecy
involved, suggestingthe likelihood of somedegree of planning. Actually,the youth
wouldbe more dangerous ifan offense actually occurred without even thinking
about it.

American Law Reports

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Annotations and Cases. ALR federal 2d. 592 F.3d 34, 44 A.L.R. Fed. 2d 597 592
F.3d 34, 44 A.L.R. Fed. 2d 597 there was. persons did not exceed its power
under the Commerce Clause, since constitutional power that supported creation
of a federal crime extended, under the Necessary and Proper Clause, to
safeguarding the public against release of individuals shown by clear and
convincing evidence to remain a significant danger to the public. U.S.C.A. Const.
Art. 1, § 8, cl.

Not My Kid

Author: Sinikka Elliott
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814771343
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As I have tried to demonstrate in the preceding chapters, parents do not view
their Own teen children as sexually agentic, desiring subjects but instead see
them as young, naive, and not interested in talking about sex. Parents think this
way partly because they believe teen sexual activity is highly dangerous, linked
to deviance and lack of proper adult guidance. But parents also stated in no
uncertain terms that, because of their youth and raging hormones, teenagers are
incapable of ...