Protecting children online: towards a safer internet
Davidson, Julia and Martellozzo, Elena (2008) Protecting children online: towards a safer internet. In: Sex as crime? Wetherby, Gayle and Williams, Kate and Birch, Philip and Cain, Maureen, eds. Willan, pp. 338-355. ISBN 9781843922674
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[Publisher's description of the book that contains this chapter:] This book brings together chapters by academics, researchers and practitioners to analyse how crimes such as sex work, domestic violence and rape and sexual assault have risen up the Government agenda in recent years. For example, the 'Paying the Price' consultation exercise on sex work in 2004, and recent legislation around sex crimes, including the Sex Offences Act (2003). This is a multi-disciplinary, social scientific, pro-feminist collection, which draws upon practice, empirical research, documentary analysis and overviews of research in the areas of sex work and sexual violence. Within Sex as Crime there are two distinct sub-sections: 'Sex for Sale' and 'Sex as Violence', but the broader and overriding link of sex as crime remains a paramount theme that spans the collection. Chapters include discussions of the impact of new regulations on street sex workers, and of street sex work on community residents, the use of the internet by men who pay for sex and men who sell it, sexual violence and identity, sex crimes against children and protecting children online and working with sex offenders. Other chapters explore reasons for such offending behaviour.
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Hardback ISBN: 9781843922681 ; Ebook ISBN: 9781843925385
|Research Areas:||School of Law > Criminology and Sociology|
School of Law > Criminology and Sociology > Centre for Abuse and Trauma Studies
|Deposited On:||22 May 2012 11:20|
|Last Modified:||06 Dec 2013 05:44|
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