Child Pornography: An Internet Crime

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Index

a
abandonment 69
abbreviations 99
Abel, G. G.: AASI (Abel Assessment for Sexual Interest) 52 ;
Abel Screen 50
abnormalities 49 , 176
abusive behaviour 57 , 63 , 64 , 81 , 106 , 109 , 146 , 186 ;
collectors 157 ;
emotional and mental 104 ;
female 67 ;
justified 111 ;
see also sexual abuse
acquiescence 64
actuarial models 53
addiction 92 , 94 , 95 , 102 , 172 ;
real sense of 181 ;
technological 174
Adler, A. 196 , 200
adolescents 68 -9, 177
adult pornography 6 , 7 , 12 ;
regulation of 16 ;
role in sexual offending 68 - 73
advertisements 33 -4, 44
affect 58
affection 64 , 65 , 144
affirmation 64 , 65
age 41 , 57 , 68 ;
exaggerations of 103 ;
see also younger children
aggression 63 , 113 ;
sexual 13 , 57 , 68 - 72passim,104
alcohol 51 , 56 , 112
Allen, C. M. 66 , 67
American Civil Liberties Union 38
APA (American Psychiatric Association) DSM-IV 49 , 174
Amsterdam 42 , 44
anal abuse 27 , 69
anger 90 , 112
animals 85 , 115 , 168
anonymity 43 , 78 , 79 , 91 , 97 , 104 , 107 , 115 , 129 , 135 , 144 , 201 ;
potential loss of 160
apprenticeship 134
Araji, S. 54 , 68
Armstrong, A. G. 125
arousal 49 , 70 , 75 , 81 , 105 ;
emotional 61 , 69 ;
see also sexual arousal
artistic settings 33
Asiatic children 41
assault 10 , 21 , 40 , 69 , 76 ;
convictions for 79 ;
see also sexual assaults
assessment measures 51 -2
attachment 69 , 110
attention 59
autistic children 62
avatars 100
Aylwin, A. S. 68

b
Ba, S. 129
babies 118 , 141 , 167
Back, K. 25 , 30 , 57
BAI (Revised Gudjonsson Blame Attribution Inventory) 55
Bandura, A. 71
Barlow, D. H. 61
Barron, M. 15 , 70 , 77
BBSs (bulletin board systems) 122 , 124 , 130 -6, 137 , 188
Bechar-Israeli, H. 99
Beck, S. 61
Becker, J. V. 69
'becoming' 116
behaviour 61 , 176 , 181 , 186 ;
cataloguing 94 , 153 , 166 , 182 ;
collecting 193 ;
criminal 51 , 53 -4, 208 ;
dysfunctional 174 ;
non-offending 187 -8;
problem 174 ;
social 180 ;
see also abusive behaviour;
offending behaviour;
sexual behaviour

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Chapter I - Introduction 1
  • Chapter 2 - The Nature of Child Pornography 21
  • Chapter 3 - Adult Sexual Interest in Children 47
  • Chapter 4 - The Internet, Child Pornography and Adult Sexual Interest in Children 74
  • Chapter 5 - Metamorphosis 97
  • Chapter 6 - A Virtual Community 120
  • Chapter 7 - The Process of Collecting 148
  • Chapter 8 - A Model of Problematic Internet Use 171
  • Chapter 9 - Issues for Concern and Conclusions 191
  • References 214
  • Index 226
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