Bibliography

Below is a listing of various research studies and publications about the issue of female sex offenders and their victims. We intend to maintain this list and add to it as we find more studies. We would ask ask that if anyone has some material that is not listed, please feel free to contact us so we may add it to our resources. If anyone would like to receive this list in a Word document contact us and we will be happy to e-mail one to you. All the listings below make at least some reference to female sex offenders or survivors.

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(Last Updated 5/03/14)

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