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2. Aanvullende literatuur, geplaatst door de samenvatter-vertaler

Gieles, F E J:

< http://www.helping-people.info/ >

Hoe help je mensen met pedofiele gevoelens? Lezing, Parijs e.a., 2001, 
< http://www.helping-people.info/hoe_help_je.htm >

Barbertje moet hangen; Valkuilen, valstrikken en fouten in het forensische persoonlijkheidsonderzoek; 2006
< http://www.helping-people.info/barbertje.htm >

Maar meneer, u bent een dader! Narratieve dwang als vorm van gedragsaanpassing; 2006 
< http://www.helping-people.info/Treatment/sot/dader.htm >

Experiences with treatment
< http://www.helping-people.info/treatment_exp.htm >
In this section people will tell about their experiences with treatment. 
Here, they tell there own narrative. In treatment centers, however, it is usually not allowed to tell one's own and real narrative: one has to tell a politically more correct version of it. Thus, we begin with an article. Then, we give the narratives of people about their experiences with treatment.

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