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Sex Offenders: Crimes and Processing in the Criminal Justice System

Sean Maddan, Lynn M. Pazzani


  • ISBN: 9781454850342

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    Page Count 348
    Published 01/19/2017
  • Author Information

    Sean Maddan

    Dr. Sean Maddan is Associate Professor in the Department of Criminology at the University of West Georgia. Sean Maddan received his PhD from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2005. His research areas include criminological theory, statistics, research methods, court processing, and the efficacy of sex offender registration and notification laws. Dr. Maddan has authored over a dozen articles which have appeared in many outlets including Justice Quarterly, Crime and Delinquency, American Journal of Criminal Justice, and Journal of Criminal Justice. He has also authored/co-authored several books; his most recent book in progress evaluates the understudied area of misdemeanor court processing. Dr. Maddan is also a Past-President of the Southern Criminal Justice Association.

    Lynn Pazzani

    Lynn Pazzani joined the Criminology Department at the University of West Georgia in 2014. She received her Ph.D. in Criminology, Law & Society from the University of California, Irvine in 2011. Her dissertation research was on sexual assault, and focused on the characteristics of an event that would lead someone to classify it as an assault, and how blame is attributed for the event. Her research interests include violence against women, victims of crime, and inequality in the criminal justice system, along with research method and statistics.

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