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Child pornographers, leaders of child prostitution rings, and others who commit crimes against children have found a new means of preying on victims - through use of the Internet. Medical & Legal Aspects of Child Sexual Exploitation: A Comprehensive Review of Pornography, Prostitution, and Internet Crimes investigates this and many other types of exploitation from medical, forensic, legal, and social science perspectives. Using a multidisciplinary approach, the book examines all of the medical implications for victims, and case studies provide insight into the lives of these "children of the night". Information on how perpetrators of these crimes operate, as well as guidelines for successful prosecution and strategies for prevention, will empower those who seek to keep children safe. Physicians, social service and law enforcement personnel, teachers, and all other professionals who work with children and families will find this reference invaluable. This Reference includes the following: - Current information on the process of domestic and international trafficking of children - Multinational data on sexual maturation norms for males and females - Techniques regarding review and interpretation of video pornography, including explanations of methods currently used to produce and disseminate child pornography - Information on how parents can protect their children from cyber-pedophiles, including Web sites on protecting children from Internet crime - Guidelines for the first responder to a child sexual exploitation crime scene - Procedures for properly obtaining and preserving computer and Internet evidence - Advice for expert witnesses involved in the prosecution of child sexual exploitation crimes
Posted May 8, 2009
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