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#319982 - 01/24/10 06:49 PM Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010
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Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010

Abramson, P. R., & Pinkerton, S. D. (2001). A house divided: Suspicions of mother–daughter incest. New York: Norton.

Adams, Eve M. (1988). Sex of the Victim, Offender, and Helper: The Effects of Gender Differences on Attributions and Attitudes in Cases of Incest. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University.

Adams, Kenneth (1991). Silently Seduced: When Parents Make their Children Partners – Understanding Covert Incest. Deerfield Beach, FL: Health Communications, Inc.

Adshead, Gwen, Howett, Mimi, & Mason, Fiona (1994). Women who sexually abuse children: The undiscovered country. Journalof Sexual Aggression, 1(1), 45-56.

Allen, C. M. (1990). Women as perpetrators of child sexual abuse: Recognition barriers. In Horton, A. L., Johnson, A. L., Roundy, B. L., & Williams, L. M. (Eds.), The Incest Perpetrator: A Family Member No One Wants To Treat, pp. 108-125. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Allen, C. M. (1991). Women and Men Who Sexually Abuse Children: A Comparative Analysis. Orwell, VT: Safer Society Press.

Allen, C. M., & Pothast, H. L. (1994). Distinguishing characteristics of male and female child sex abusers. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 21, 73-88.

Anderson, Irina, & Swainson, Victoria (1991). Perceived motivation for rape: Gender differences in beliefs about female and male rape. Current Research in Social Psychology, 6(8), 107-122. Available at http://www.uiowa.edu/~grpproc/crisp/crisp.6.8.htm

Anderson, Peter B. (1993). Sexual victimization: It happens to boys, too. Louisiana Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Journal, 57(1), 5, 12.

Anderson, Peter B. (1998). Variations in college women's self-reported heterosexual aggression. Sex Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment 10(4), 283-92.

Anderson, Peter B. (1998). Women’s motives for sexual initiation and aggression. In P. B. Anderson & C. Struckman-Johnson (eds.), Sexually Aggressive Women: Current Perspectives and Controversies, pp. 79-93. New York: The Guilford Press.

Anderson Peter B., & Aymami R. (1993). Reports of female initiation of sexual contact: Male and female differences. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 22(4), 335-343.

Anderson, Peter B., & Melson, Dyan T., 2002. From deviance to normalcy: Women as sexual aggressors. Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality, 5 (October 23). Available at http://www.ejhs.org/volume5/devianceabst.html

Anderson, Peter B., & Newton, Maria (1997). The initiating heterosexual contact scale: A factor analysis. Sex Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment 9, 179-186.

Anderson, Peter B., & Newton, Maria (2004). Predicting the use of sexual initiation tactics in a sample of college women. Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality, 7(May 1). Available at http://www.ejhs.org/volume7/Anderson/text.html

Anderson, P. B., & Sorenson, W. (1999). Male and female differences in reports of women’s heterosexual initiation and aggression. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 28(3), 285-295.

Anderson, Peter B., & Struckman-Johnson, Cindy (eds.) (1998). Sexually Aggressive Women: Current Perspectives and Controversies. New York: The Guilford Press.

Araji, S. (1997). Sexually Aggressive Children: Coming to Understand Them. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Atkinson, J. (1995). The Assessment of Female Sex Offenders. Kingston, ON: Correctional Service of Canada.

Atkinson, Jill L. (1996). Female sex offenders: A literature review. Forum on Corrections Research, 8(2), 39-42.

Bachmann, K. M., Moggi, F., & Stirnemann-Lewis, F. (1994). Mother-son incest and its long-term consequences: A neglected phenomenon in psychiatric practice. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 182, 723-725.

Banning, A. (1989). Mother-son incest: Confronting a prejudice. Child Abuse & Neglect, 13, 563-570.

Barnett. S., Corder, F., & Jehu, D. (1990). Group treatment for women sex offenders against children. Groupwork, 3(2), 191-203.

Baron, R. S., Burgess, M. L., & Kao, C. F. (1991). Detecting and labeling prejudice: Do female perpetrators go undetected? Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 17, 115-123.

Bear, E. (1993). Inpatient Treatment for Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse: A Summary of Data From 22 Programs. Brandon, VT: Safer Society Press.

Beck, A., Harrison, P., and Guerion, P., (2009), Sexual Victimization in Juvenile Facilities Reported by Youth, 2008-09. Retrived December, 2010, American Bureau of Justice Statistics Clearinghouse, http://bjs.ojp.usdoj.gov/index.cfm?ty=pbdetail&iid=2113

Becker, Judith V. (1998). What we know about the characteristics and treatment of adolescents who have committed sexual offenses. Child Maltreatment, 3(4), 317-29.

Becker, Judith V., Hall, Susan, and Stinson, Jill D. (2002). Female sexual offenders: Clinical, legal, and policy issues. Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 1(3), 31-53.

Beier, K. M. (2000). Female analogies to perversion. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 26(1), 79-93.

Bell, K. (1999). Female offenders of sexual assault. Journal of Emergency Nursing, 25(3), 241-243.

Behrendt, N., Buhl, N., & Seidl, S. (2002). The lethal paraphiliac syndrome: accidental autoerotic deaths in four women and a review of the literature. International Journal of Legal Medicine, 116(3), 148-52.

Blues, Anne, Moffatt, Carole, & Telford, Paula (1999). Work with adolescent females who sexually abuse: Similarities and differences. In Marcus Erooga & Helen C. Masson (eds.), Children and Young People Who Sexually Abuse Others: Challenges and Responses, pp. 168-182. London: Routledge.

Bolton, F. G., Morris, L. A., & MacEachron, A. E. (1989). Males at Risk: The Other Side of Sexual Abuse. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Bordon, T. A., & LaTerz, J. D. (1993). Mother/daughter incest and ritual abuse: The ultimate taboos. Treating Abuse Today, 3(4), 5-8.

Boroughs, D. S. (2004). Female sexual abusers of children. Journal of Children and Youth Services Review, 26(5), 481,487.

Briere J. & Elliott D.M. (2003). Prevalence and psychological sequelae of self-reported childhood physical and sexual abuse in a general population sample of men and women. Child Abuse & Neglect, 27, 1205-1222.

Brinton, Connie, 2000. A Comparison of Sexual Arousal Patterns of Female Sex Offenders and Nonoffenders. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. San Francisco, CA: Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality.

Brodie, Faith (1992). When the Other Woman Is His Mother: Book One/Boys As Incest Victims and Male Multiple Personality Disorder/for Partners and Professionals. Tacoma, WA: Winged Eagle Press.

Brow, M.E., Knopp, F.H., & Lackey, L.B. (1987). Female Sexual Abusers: A Summary of Data from 44 Treatment Providers. Orwell: Safer Society Press.

Brown, M.E., Hull, L.A., & Panesis, S.K. (1984). Women Who Rape. Boston: Massachusetts Trial Court. [Cited in Mathews, Matthews, & Speltz, 1990; and Syed & Williams, 1996] Available from the National Institute of Corrections library. Accession number 004911. Contact NIC through the web site at http://www.nicic.org/Contact.aspx or call the NIC Information Center at 1-800-877-1461.

Bumby, N. H., & Bumby, K. M. (2004). Bridging the gender gap: Addressing juvenile females who commit sexual offences. In G. O’Reilly, W. L. Marshall, A. Carr, & R. C. Beckett (Eds.), The handbook of clinical intervention with young people who sexually abuse (pp. 369–381). New York, NY: Brunner-Routledge.

Bumby, K., & Halstenson Bumby, N. (1997). Adolescent female sex offenders. In B. Schwartz, & H.Cellini, (eds.), The Sex Offender: New Insights, Treatment Innovations and Legal Developments, Vol. II, pp. 10-1 10-16. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute, Inc.

Bumby, K. M., Halstenson Bumby, N., Burghess, A. W., & Hartman, C. R. (1996). From Victims to Victimizers: Sexually Aggressive Post-Traumatic Responses of Sexually Abused Adolescent Females.

Bunting, L. (2007). Dealing with a problem that doesn't exist? Professional responses to female perpetrate. Child Abuse Review, 4, 252-267, John Wiley & Sons

Bunting, L. (2005). Females who sexually offend against children: Responses of the child protection and criminal justice systems. NSPCC Policy Practice Research Series. London: NSPCC.

Burgess A., Hartman C., McCausland M., & Powers P. (1984). Response patterns in children and adolescents exploited through sex rings and pornography. American Journal of Psychiatry, 14, 656-662

Burket, Lowell E. (1985). Guilt and Moral Judgment in the Juvenile Female Sex Offender: A Comprehensive Literature Review. Unpublished MA thesis. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh.

Busby, D. M., & Compton, S. V. (1997). Patterns of sexual coercion in adult heterosexual relationships: An exploration of male victimization. Family Process, 36(1), 81-94.

Byard, R. W., Hucker, S. J., & Hazelwood, R. R. (1993). Fatal and near-fatal autoerotic asphyxial episodes in women: Characteristic features based on a review of nine cases. American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, 14(1), 70-3

Byers, E. Sandra (1996). How well does the traditional sexual>

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#320091 - 01/25/10 08:31 AM Re: Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010 [Re: Nathan LaChine]
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Thanks to BloggerT for pulling this together. I'm not sure if some of the work was also done by a couple of other MS members (folks had volunteered to put it together but I'm not sure who and what they did. If you were one who did work on this, please pm me so I can give you credit as well.)


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#320098 - 01/25/10 10:29 AM Re: Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010 [Re: Ken Singer, LCSW]
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Maybe an explanation for how to red it for less astute folks like me. It looks like it is listiong books nut I can't ge sure. Sorry the effects of a life without much formal education


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#320165 - 01/25/10 10:55 PM Re: Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010 [Re: Anonymous]
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great list!

i would add Toxic Parents by Susan Forward

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#320203 - 01/26/10 08:39 AM Re: Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010 [Re: mrrecovery]
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How to read a bibliography....

Books are listed with title, publisher and date, like this:
Adams, Kenneth (1991). Silently Seduced: When Parents Make their Children Partners – Understanding Covert Incest. Deerfield Beach, FL: Health Communications, Inc.


Journal articles have an article title, journal name, volume, page numbers, and date, like this:
Weldon, E. V. (1990). Women who sexually abuse children. British Medical Journal, 300(6738), 1527-1528.

Sometimes, journal articles or abstracts (summaries of the article) are available on line, but most of the time, you have to subscribe to the journal. If you go to a college or university library, you can usually get to the articles for free through the library.

It's possible that some of the books may be carried by bigger bookstores like Amazon or Barnes & Nobel but these titles are pretty specialized and may be tough to find.

Hope that helps explain the differences.



Edited by Ken Singer, LCSW (01/26/10 08:40 AM)

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#320220 - 01/26/10 12:13 PM Re: Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010 [Re: Ken Singer, LCSW]
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I see my T listed in this biblio.

Allen

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The name spelling is slightly different so maybe not



Edited by pufferfish (01/27/10 01:11 PM)
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#320367 - 01/27/10 12:43 PM Re: Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010 [Re: Ken Singer, LCSW]
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Originally Posted By: Ken Singer, LCSW
Thanks to BloggerT for pulling this together. I'm not sure if some of the work was also done by a couple of other MS members (folks had volunteered to put it together but I'm not sure who and what they did. If you were one who did work on this, please pm me so I can give you credit as well.)


Thank you Ken. While I did not talk with anyone here on MS to put it together I did receive a lot of help from a lot of different places. Many people and places sent me lists of what they had and I put them all together. I hope to maintain the list and keep it up to date as time goes on and hopefully people will send me more to be added to the list.


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#336525 - 07/22/10 05:35 AM Re: Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010 [Re: BloggerT]
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Ken,

The current updated biblio is now over 400+ studies with most of them linked so you can go right to them. A good number have the entire study available; there are studies from around the world and ranging from 1865 as the oldest all the way up to now. It is updated as new/more studies are found and kept current on a monthly basis. Also we will e-mail a copy of it (in a Word doc) to anyone who wants one.

It can be found here http://www.female-offenders.com/bibliography.html


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#350330 - 01/11/11 02:41 AM Re: Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010 [Re: BloggerT]
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I wrote my master's thesis (in English) on the discursive erasure of the male victim of childhood sexual abuse. I wonder if there is interest?

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#350348 - 01/11/11 08:31 AM Re: Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010 [Re: Cement]
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Could you say a bit more about this? If it's not regarding female abusers, it might be better to place it in another forum.


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#350363 - 01/11/11 10:53 AM Re: Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010 [Re: Ken Singer, LCSW]
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Hi Ken,

My thesis specifically addresses the socially-produced norms that deny the coherence of the subject position "male victim of female sexual abuse" in western culture. My research was not clinical, but theoretical, working from ideas developed in feminist theory, gender theory, and queer theory.

I would be happy to forward a copy.

Yours,
James

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#350388 - 01/11/11 05:23 PM Re: Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010 [Re: Cement]
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Hey Cement,

I'd be interested in seeing this also, if you don't mind sharing.

-efm

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#371025 - 09/25/11 03:52 PM Re: Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010 [Re: Cement]
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yup. Interested in participating/knowing more about the lack of literature on male survivors of female perpetration.


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#390708 - 03/25/12 04:02 PM Re: Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010 [Re: Haly]
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The best book I've ever read on abusive women and mothers, and an incredible book in general, is "Understanding the Borderline Mother" by Christine Ann Lawson. You have two of her articles listed above. It's incredibly informative about the dynamics of families with abusive mothers and written in a very moving, accessible style.


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#409308 - 09/06/12 10:22 PM Re: Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010 [Re: Nathan LaChine]
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When He's Married to Mom: How to Help Mother-Enmeshed Men Open Their Hearts to True Love and Commitment by Kenneth Adams and Alexander P. Morgan

The Emotional Incest Syndrome: What to do When a Parent's Love Rules Your Life [Paperback]
Dr. Patricia Love

The Betrayal Bond: Breaking Free of Exploitative Relationships

Mother-Son Incest: The Unthinkable Broken Taboo, An Overview of Findings by Hani Miletski

Bradshaw On: The Family: A New Way of Creating Solid Self-Esteem

Men Surviving Incest: A Male Survivor Shares the Process of Recovery by T. Thomas

Betrayal of Innocence: Incest and Its Devastation
Susan Forward


Edited by hapati (09/06/12 10:27 PM)

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#422615 - 01/19/13 02:45 AM Re: Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010 [Re: Nathan LaChine]
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If I can add one, "Come Here" by Richard Berendzen with Laura Palmer is one of the first books I read about CSA and was very helpful to me in understanding the power and control of an abusive mother. Here is an article that talks about the book and Berendzen's abuse in some detail.

http://articles.latimes.com/1993-10-24/books/bk-49007_1_sexual-abuse
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#439969 - 07/03/13 09:17 PM Re: Bibliography on Female Offenders – Jan. 2010 [Re: Nathan LaChine]
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Its obvious who the enemy is I mean serously check this out these feminists blame us for their actions.http://www.deviantart.com/users/outgoing?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmRCqRDfH78
These feminists have a talk show and in this episode, they decide to talk about male victims of domestic violence. To start off, they stress that women are the overwhelming victims of violence, and what male victims there are are only victims by technicality and don't really deserve to be counted. Then they bring on a feminist doctor who goes into further detail that denying a woman money counts as domestic violence. She also explains how when you study the statistics the proper/feminist way, you can see that women are the overwhelming majority of victims. The feminist head of a shelter for only women and children begrudgingly admits that it is harder for men to receive help than women and she sounds a bit disappointed when she adds that some of her shelters actually do a little to help men. When confronted with an American study finding that men and women engage in violent and controlling behaviors at comparable rates, the feminists naturally disregard them on the grounds that they have faulty methodology. The study found that women are violent and it asked the same questions regardless of sex, so clearly it must be faulty.

But probably the most abhorrent thing said was that a significant proportion of males classified as victims are actually perpetrators. She stresses that those who help male victims have to be trained to screen these men to make sure they aren't actually perpetrators. Naturally, no such precautions are necessary for women who claim to be victims. These are the sentiments expressed by the director of domestic violence shelters across Britain. The doctor agreed that it was necessary to scrutinize male victims more than female
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