- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
1Rendering the Ordinary Extraordinary in Order to Facilitate Prevention: The Case of (Sexual) Violence against Women
2What Do We Know about the Sexual Abuse and Exploitation of Children? Implications for Research and Practice
3Preventing Sexual Violence against Older Women
4“And Where You Go, I’ll Follow”: Stalking and the Complex Task of Preventing It
5Reporting as Risk: The Dangers of Criminal Justice for Survivors of Sexual Violence
6Disclosing Sexual Crime
7Behavioural Crime Linkage in Rape and Sexual Assault Cases
8The Istanbul Convention: A Genuine Confirmation of the Structural Nature of Domestic Violence against Women within a Human Rights Law Framework?
9Women Who Commit Sexual Offences: Improving Assessment to Prevent Recidivism
- Concluding Thoughts
Problems and Possibilities
- Preventing Sexual Violence
- Stephanie Kewley, Charlotte Barlow
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