Internet sex offenders: Individual autonomy, 'folk devils' and state control
Davidson, J (2009) Internet sex offenders: Individual autonomy, 'folk devils' and state control. In Johnson, M. & Sclater, S. (Eds.) Regulating Autonomy: Sex, Reproduction and Family. Hart Press, pp. 129-146.
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