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  • The origins of a New Zealand suicidal cohort: 1970-2007

    Curtis, Cate; Curtis, Bruce (eContent Management Pty Ltd, 2011)
    Many western countries have experienced increased rates of youth suicide over recent years. This has been an issue of particular concern in New Zealand, since it had the highest rate of youth suicide among OECD countries ...
  • Public perceptions and expectations of the forensic use of DNA

    Curtis, Cate (Sage Publications, Inc., 2009)
    The forensic use of Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) is demonstrating significant success as a crime-solving tool. However, numerous concerns have been raised regarding the potential for DNA use to contravene cultural, ethical, ...
  • "So why did you do it?": Explanations provided by Child Pornography Offenders

    Merdian, Hannah L.; Willson, Nick; Thakker, Jo; Curtis, Cate; Boer, Douglas Pieter (2013)
    Aim/ Background: There has been some professional discussion surrounding the "function" of child pornography offending for the individual offender: Why is someone looking at child pornography and what needs are met with ...
  • The three dimensions of online child pornography offending

    Merdian, Hannah Lena; Curtis, Cate; Thakker, Jo; Wilson, Nick; Boer, Douglas Pieter (Routledge, 2013)
    The internet has opened up opportunities for non-contact sex offending, such as the viewing of child pornography. This paper proposes a model for the classification of child pornography offenders as an aid for their ...
  • Youth perceptions of suicide and help-seeking: 'They'd think I was weak or “mental”'

    Curtis, Cate (Routledge, 2010)
    Youth suicide is an issue of international concern and the college population may have a considerably higher rate of suicidal behaviour than the general population, yet seeking help for suicidality is uncommon. This research ...

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