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Eisner, M.. (2007). Civilizing Children: A Comment on Richard Tremblay's "The Development of Youth Violence: An Old Story with New Data. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 13(3-4), 171-173. Retrieved May 29, 2010, from Criminal Justice Periodicals. The purpose of this article is to describe at what stage of development violent and aggressive behavior starts. Tremblay disagrees with other criminologists on when aggression occurs during the life course. As several criminologists stated that the causes of aggression occurs during early adolescence since most of the aggressive behavior is concentrated during this stage of human development. In other hand, longitudinal studies suggests that aggressive behavior is most prevalent between the end of the second and the end of the fourth year…show more content…
The audience target is the general public who are concern with methods that can prevent or reduce the number of child abuse crimes. The main purpose of this article is to try to find ways to track and find those who could be possible offenders. This article has very important information that will help us understand individuals who consume child pornography. These results will assist in planning treatment for those who suffered from this disease as well as help authorities organized their strategies to combat these offenses. References Eisner, M.. (2007). Civilizing Children: A Comment on Richard Tremblay's "The Development of Youth Violence: An Old Story with New Data. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 13(3-4), 171-173. Retrieved May 29, 2010, from Criminal Justice Periodicals. Verhage, A., & Ponsaers, P.. (2009). Power-seeking crime? The professional thief versus the professional launderer. Crime, Law and Social Change, 51(3-4), 399-412. Retrieved May 29, 2010, from ABI/INFORM Global. Mellors, S.. (2009). 'DEFINING AND RECOGNISING ARE NOT THE
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