Jesse Cale
Jesse Cale
Associate Professor of Criminology, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University
Verified email at griffith.edu.au
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Criminal trajectories of adult sex offenders and the age effect: Examining the dynamic aspect of offending in adulthood
P Lussier, S Tzoumakis, J Cale, J Amirault
International Criminal Justice Review 20 (2), 147-168, 2010
106*2010
Developmental pathways of deviance in sexual aggressors
P Lussier, B Leclerc, J Cale, J Proulx
Criminal Justice and Behavior 34 (11), 1441-1462, 2007
982007
Beyond sexual recidivism: A review of the sexual criminal career parameters of adult sex offenders
P Lussier, J Cale
Aggression and Violent Behavior 18 (5), 445-457, 2013
932013
Offense trajectories, the unfolding of sexual and non-sexual criminal activity, and sex offense characteristics of adolescent sex offenders
J Cale, S Smallbone, S Rayment-McHugh, C Dowling
Sexual Abuse 28 (8), 791-812, 2016
642016
Heterogeneity in antisocial trajectories in youth of adult sexual aggressors of women: An examination of initiation, persistence, escalation, and aggravation
J Cale, P Lussier, J Proulx
Sexual Abuse 21 (2), 223-248, 2009
492009
Understanding the origins and the development of rape and sexual aggression against women: Four generations of research and theorizing
P Lussier, J Cale
Aggression and violent behavior 31, 66-81, 2016
472016
Toward a developmental taxonomy of adult sexual aggressors of women: Antisocial trajectories in youth, mating effort, and sexual criminal activity in adulthood
J Cale, P Lussier
Violence and Victims 26 (1), 16-32, 2011
432011
An integrated life-course developmental theory of sexual offending
S Smallbone, J Cale
Sex offenders: A criminal career approach, 43-70, 2015
422015
The prevalence of psychopathic personality disturbances among incarcerated youth: Comparing serious, chronic, violent and sex offenders
J Cale, P Lussier, E McCuish, R Corrado
Journal of Criminal Justice 43 (4), 337-344, 2015
392015
Abuse experiences of family members, child maltreatment, and the development of sex offending among incarcerated adolescent males: Differences between adolescent sex offenders …
EC McCuish, J Cale, RR Corrado
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 61 (2 …, 2017
322017
Situational theories
S Smallbone, J Cale
The Wiley Handbook on the Theories, assessment and treatment of sexual …, 2016
292016
The sexual lives of sexual offenders: The link between childhood sexual victimization and non-criminal sexual lifestyles between types of offenders
J Cale, B Leclerc, S Smallbone
Psychology, crime & law 20 (1), 37-60, 2014
262014
Merging developmental and criminal career perspectives: Implications for risk assessment and risk prediction of violent/sexual recidivism in adult sexual aggressors of women
J Cale, P Lussier
Sexual Abuse 24 (2), 107-132, 2012
262012
Sexual violence and abuse against children: A first review through the lens of environmental criminology
B Leclerc, YN Chiu, J Cale
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 60 (7 …, 2016
222016
Child sexual abuse in youth-oriented organisations: Tapping into situational crime prevention from the offender’s perspective
B Leclerc, J Feakes, J Cale
Crime Science 4 (1), 28, 2015
192015
An exploratory analysis of factors associated with repeat homicide in Canada
J Cale, D Plecas, IM Cohen, S Fortier
Homicide Studies 14 (2), 159-180, 2010
192010
Adult sex offenders in youth-oriented institutions: Evidence on sexual victimisation experiences of offenders and their offending patterns
B Leclerc, J Cale
Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, 1, 2015
152015
Weapon use and sexual abuse outcomes: A multivariate and conjunctive analysis of sexual offenses against women
B Leclerc, J Cale
Security Journal 28 (1), 54-70, 2015
132015
Sexual behaviour in preschool children in the context of intra‐parental violence and sexual coercion
J Cale, P Lussier
Criminal behaviour and mental health 27 (2), 176-190, 2017
122017
Young People, the Internet, and Emerging Pathways into Criminality: A Study of Australian Adolescents
RC Brewer, J Cale, AJ Goldsmith, T Holt
International Journal of Cyber Criminology, 2018
112018
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