This is book number 9 in the Introductory series.
Do you want to learn what forensic psychology is?
Do you want to learn about the psychology of courts?
Do you want to learn about the psychology of imprisonment and rehabilitation?
If the answer is yes, then this is the book for you
By the end of this book, you will have a lot of knowledge about forensic psychology and you'll learn about:
- What is forensic psychology?
- How do people offend?
- How Does Crime Affect Victims?
- How Does the Media and the Public Affect the Criminal Justice System?
- Courts and the Legal System
- Sexual Offending
- And More...
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Forensic Psychology Content:
Introduction: What is Forensic Psychology
Chapter 1: Development of Offending: Theories and Perspectives
Part 1: Public and Crime
Chapter 2: Victims and Crime
Chapter 3: Theories of The Fear of Crime
Chapter 4: Victimology, Restorative Justice and PTSD
Chapter 5: Why Do We Listen to the Public?
Part 2: Courts and the Legal System
Chapter 6: Courts and the Legal System
Chapter 7: Types of Courts and the Youth Justice System
Chapter 8: The Courtroom, Witnesses and Lawyers
Chapter 9: Juries and Problems with Juries
Part 3: Sex Offending
Chapter 10: Sexual Offending
Chapter 11: Theories of Sexual Offending
Part 4: Rehabilitation
Chapter 12: Rehabilitation
Chapter 13: Problems and Challenges for Treatment
Chapter 14: Treating Violent Offenders
Chapter 15: Recovery Capital and Mindset
Chapter 16: Rehabilitation Theories and Models
Chapter 17: Does Treatment Work?
Part 5: Imprisonment
Chapter 18: History, Imprisonment Principles and Public Opinion
Chapter 19: Effects of Imprisonment
Chapter 20: Approaches to Punishment
Chapter 21: Violence in Prison
Chapter 22: Suicide and Self-Harm in Prison
Chapter 23: Mental Illness and Crime