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treatment of the sexual offender (international journal of behavioural consultation and therapy)

 Pg. 1:  Introduction to the Special Issue- Phil Rich

 Pg. 2:  Lessons Learned from History and Experience: Five Simple Ways to Improve the Efficacy of Sexual Offender Treatment- Deirdre M. D’Orazio

 Pg. 8:  Some Essential Environmental Ingredients for Sex Offender Reintegration- Douglas P. Boer

 Pg. 12:  Taking a Developmental Approach to Treating Juvenile Sexual Behavior Problems- Kevin Creeden

 Pg. 17:  Using Mindfulness in the Treatment of Adolescent Sexual Abusers: Contributing Common Factor or a Primary Modality?- Jerry L. Jennings, Jack A. Apsche, Paige Blossom, & Corliss Bayles

 Pg. 23:  Expensive, Harmful Policies that Don’t Work or How Juvenile Sexual Offending is Addressed in the U.S.- Elizabeth J. Letourneau & Michael F. Caldwell

 Pg. 30:  The Risk Need Responsivity Model of Offender Rehabilitation: Is There Really a Need For a Paradigm Shift?- Jan Looman & Jeffrey Abracen

 Pg. 37:  A Community Treatment Model for Adolescents Who Sexually Harm: Diverting Youth from Criminal Justice to Therapeutic Responses- Russ Pratt

 Pg. 43:  The Rashomon Dilemma: Perspectives on and Dilemmas in Evidence-Based Practice- David S. Prescott

 Pg. 49:  Youth Sexual Offending: Context, Good-Enough Lives, and Engaging With a Wider Prevention Agenda- Stephen Smallbone, Susan Rayment-Mchugh, & Dimity Smith

 Pg. 55:  Why Prevention? Why Now?- Joan Tabachnick

 Pg. 62:  Implications of our Developing Understanding of Risk and Protective Factors in the Treatment of Adult Male Sexual Offenders- David Thornton

 Pg. 66:  Altruism, Empathy, and Sex Offender Treatment- Tony Ward & Russil Durrant

 Pg. 72:  Putting the “Community” Back in Community Risk Management of Persons Who Have Sexually Abused- Robin J. Wilson & Andrew J. McWhinnie

 Pg. 80:  What were we thinking? Five erroneous assumptions that have fueled specialized interventions for adolescents who have sexually offended- James R. Worling

 Pg. 89:  Treatment of Sexual Offenders: Research, Best Practices, and Emerging Models- Pamela M. Yates

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ORIGINAL: By Terre des Hommes. Found on Facebook by the great people at Design Stew. The director of Terre des Hommes says it’s not too late stop this form of child exploitation. You can learn more about the issue and sign their petition.

由荷兰的Terre des Hommes儿童平权组织研究和设计(http://www.terredeshommes.org/),为了捕捉和停止”网络儿童色情观光” (webcam child sex tourism)的Sweeite, 是一个十岁的住在菲律宾的小孩。Sweeite其实是一个3D模型,通过社交网络、交友网站、网络论坛来捕捉网络色情行为。在Sweeite上线的两个月内,Terre des Hommes就通过访问者提供的简单资料(例如email/facebook/所在地)追踪到超过1000个姓名、地址和电话号码。目前在寻求支援,希望各国警察可以按照他们提交的名单逮捕现行犯,也可以利用类似的方式逮捕网络色情的购买者。

问题:
1. 钓鱼执法
即使犯罪形势很严峻,这种犯罪方式很有隐蔽性,让一个3D模型设局来抓现行犯都存在伦理问题。
1) 网络资料的泄露
根据对方提供的facebook和email等资料来追踪个人,如何这些资料真实性?如何知道这个追踪的人是正确的?
2) 网络资料的提供是否可以当做证据?
类似诱供。在调查中引诱他人的证词是否合理?
2. 在宣传片中,使用令人不安的视频截图是否有碍说明的中立性?
3. 除了联合国的公约和儿童的性受害者的状况,从何种源头可以认为儿童色情是非法的?
(这个发问不等于我认为儿童色情不是不道德的)