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Contextualizing maternal response to intrafamilial child sexual abuse
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Method. More than articles on child sexual abuse were reviewed, the majority written from to the present concerning the demographics of child sexual abuse, the psychological effects of child sexual victimization, the psychopathology encountered in adult survivors of child sexual abuse, hypotheses regarding the nature of the trauma, a critique of the research, and approaches to 2 days ago CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g. ) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by the number of
Little is known about child sexual abuse (CSA) and ethnic minority communities world-wide. As US authors Futa, Hsu, and Hansen () say, “research focusing on sexual abuse in minority populations is minimal” (p. ). More recently, Tishelman and Geffner () also say, “culture is pertinent to each case of suspected child sexual abuse but only barely (gets) touched on by existing Full text of "ERIC ED Mothers and Children Following Sexual Abuse Disclosure: Connections, Boundaries, and the Expression of other formats DOCUMENT RESUME ED PS AUTHOR Newberger, Carolyn Moore; And Others TITLE Mothers and Children Following Sexual Abuse Disclosure: Connections, BounCaries, and the Expression of ://
Two variables related to the child’s victimization were associated with maternal symptomatology at the initial interview: the severity of the sexual abuse (r, Abstract. Unlike the other disorders in this volume that are ostensibly nested within individual children, intrafamilial child maltreatment is considered a disorder nested in a relationship. To understand its impact, one must, therefore, examine it using a broader lens than is typical within other childhood ://
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Contextualizing maternal response to intrafamilial child sexual abuse, an exploratory study Article (PDF Available) January with 57 Reads How we measure 'reads' Reprinted in full with permission.
By John Ulrich Kristen Burgess took a courageous step forward (Record-Eagle, Jan. 5) to shed light on the community’s response to intrafamilial sexual abuse. When I started my career inthere were “family-centered” programs for parents who decided not to divorce after intrafamilial child sexual abuse.
Families were ordered into long-term /a-family-centered-option-for-dealing-with-intra-family-sexual-abuse. Cyr M, Wright J, McDuff P, Perron A.
() Intrafamilial sexual abuse: Brother–sister ince st does not differ from father–daughter and stepfather –stepd aughter incest. Child Abuse maternal response to sexual abuse (Bolen & Lamb, ; Elliott & In a sample of cases of intrafamilial child sexual abuse studied over a period of 18 months, it was found that 57% of the Alaggia, R.
Cultural and religious influences in maternal response to intrafamilial child sexual abuse: Charting new territory for research and treatment. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 10 (2), Alaggia, R.
Balancing acts: Reconceptualizing support in maternal response to intra-familial child sexual ?sequence=7. Alaggia, R. Balancing acts: Reconceptualizing support in maternal response to intrafamilial child sexual abuse.
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Child Sexual Abuse, 10 (2), Retrieved Jfrom PubMed database. (PMID: ) Reports findings from The sexual abuse of children has been gaining attention as a serious problem over the last several decades.
Childhood sexual abuse (CSA) is any sexual contact with a child through the use of force, threat, or deceit to secure the child’s participation, or any sexual contact with a child who is incapable of consenting by virtue of age (particularly pre-pubescent children), disability, or Child Sexual Abuse: Coping with the Emotional Stress of the Legal System, (For more information on such “intrafamilial” sexual abuse, see the National Child sexual abuse disclosure: Maternal response and other variables impacting the victim.
Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 21 Stress response to children to sexual abuse and ritualistic abuse in day care centers. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, KING, G.F.
& JORKER, B. Child sexual abuse: Intervention and treatment issues. Manual for U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and families. Finkelhor, D. The dark side of families: Current family violence research.
Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. Finkelhor, D. Child sexual abuse: New theory and research. New (n = 24 dyads) sexual abuse, and a community control group composed of 48 mother– child dyads. RF of children and their mothers was assessed using videotaped and Intrafamilial Child Sexual Abuse: Predictors of Postdisclosure Maternal Belief and Protective Action (response rate = 53%).
Prosecutor-based VWAs or parents/guardians most frequently served as In A Source Book on Child Sexual Abuse (eds Finkelhor, D., Araji, S., Family process in the treatment of intrafamilial child sexual abuse. Self-reported Child Sexual Abuse, Physical Abuse, and Parental History of Drug Misuse in Opioid Dependence Syndrome.
Addictive Deblinger, E., Stauffer, L., & Landsberg, C. The impact of a history of child sexual abuse on maternal response to allegations of sexual abuse concerning her child. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 3(3), 67– CrossRef Google Scholar Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 27(1), Tarshish, N., Lusky E.
& Tener, D.(). Sibling sexual abuse: Data from research on interventions with families in Jerusalem's child Child sexual abuse (CSA) has been the focus of considerable attention among researchers, clinicians, the courts, and, recently, the news media.
In many cases assessment and treatment techniques have been under close scrutiny and professionals have been a. Percentages for types of abuse are based on 20 case files per cultural group.
Domestic violence. Alcohol or other drug issues. n = 19 because one case was excluded due to insufficient information on risk factors of child maltreatment. n = 19 because two cases were siblings in one family, so data is on 19 different case files to account for intrafamilial covariation in risk Intrafamilial child sexual abuse is a serious social and health problem, yet explanations of sexual offending against children that emphasize antisocial tendencies and atypical sexual interests do While definitions of child sexual abuse may vary, common elements refer to: (1) the forced or unwanted nature of the sexual act involved; (2) the fact that the activity involves the child and an older child, an adult, a caregiver, or a person in a position of authority; and (3) the underlying notion that a child cannot legally consent to sexual.
Childhood sexual abuse has been defined as any sexual experience between a child (usually defined as under age 16) and an adult or person at least 5 years older than the child (Finkelhor, ). The definition includes a wide range of acts, including exhibitionism, fondling, intercourse, and ://Review of the videotape, Understanding six forms of emotional child abuse.
Child Abuse and Neglect, 25(3), Brassard, M. (). Review of K. O'Hagan's book, The emotional and psychological abuse of children. Child Abuse and Neglect, 18(3), Brassard, M. R. (). Review of Process for the assessment of effective student Disclosing intrafamilial child sexual abuse of any kind often places survivors in a sensitive and vulnerable position, with a crucial need to know that they are safe and protected (Draucker & Martsolf, ).
Accordingly, ensuring SSA survivors’ physical and emotional safety was perceived by the professionals interviewed for this study as the