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Child Sexual Abuse

Child Sexual Abuse
The Initial Effects

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Volume: 179
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Child Sexual Abuse

March 1990 | 208 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
When a child has been sexually abused, where should a parent turn for treatment? What impact does child sexual abuse have on family functioning? Child Sexual Abuse offers a wealth of information on available treatment programmes, the impact of sexual abuse on the family, and other factors associated with abuse and treatment outcomes.
Introduction and Background to the Present Research
The Research Framework
with Patricia Salt
Selection of the Treatment Sample
The Nature of Child Sexual Abuse
A New Look at Old Stereotypes

with Maria Sauzier, Patricia Salt and Roberta Calhoun
The Effects of Child Sexual Abuse
with Patricia Salt et al
The Myth of the Mother as `Accomplice' to Child Sexual Abuse
with Maria Sauzier
The Aftermath of Child Sexual Abuse
18 Months Later

Summary, Conclusions and Recommendations

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ISBN: 9780803936119