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(Power point presentation). You have been asked to be a quest speaker in an undergraduate criminology class at a local university. The topic that you will be presenting on is sexual assault. Describe for the students the rapist and child molester typologies as well as those involved in drug/alcohol induced sexual assaults (particularly as they relate to the college campus setting). Finally describe the various paraphilias for the students (you may find that examples are helpful in presenting.)

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Note: You mentioned graphics and animations, these is something you should develop. In addition, in this case I don't think this topic should be accompanied by animation. And/or graphics—it is graphic enough. At any rate here are the speaker notes and the slides

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Introduction

Individuals with sexual dysfunctions encounter a number of stressors such as guilt, anger, feelings of inadequacy, and fear of rejection. According to Martin (1995), the link between guilt, masochism is manifested in self -punishment. Levin (1976 as cited in Martin, 1995) reported that men experiencing guilt relating to sexual activity engage in self-depreciation. Self-depreciation is a prominent feeling of depression, and is a central feature of masochism (p. 310). Yet studies are presented on women with the disorder are often associated with deviant or promiscuous behaviors. O'Donahue, Regev, and Hagstrom (2000) argue that the absence of empirical information regarding the reliability and validity of DSM-IV diagnoses often result in subjective and/or biased diagnosis. They suggest that the presence of sexual difficulties may be more highly indicative of a lack of sexual satisfaction than the presence of dysfunction.

However, Paraphilic imagery may be acted out in a way with a non-consenting partner in a way that is injurious. The individual may be subjected to arrest and/or incarceration. Based on DSM- , sexual offenses against children constitute a significant port of sexual deviant acts of the masochistic person. In addition, the Sexual Masochism often is prone to self-injury. This presentation examines the sexual behavior of a client diagnosed as a Sexual Masochist with a comorbid disorder of Substance-Induced sexual dysfunction. This presentation examines the sexual behavior of a client diagnosed as a Sexual Masochist with a comorbid disorder of Substance-Induced sexual dysfunction

• Paraphilia
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Disorders (DSM-IV-TR [APA], 2000) classify Paraphilia as recurrent , intense sexually arousing fantasies, sexual urges or behaviors generally involving (1) non-human objects, (2) the suffering or humiliation of oneself or one's partner, or (3) children or ...

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This solution presents a power point presentation of sexual disorders of child rape and sexual molestation typology.

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