Research report / Australian Institute of Family Studies ; no. 33.
Part A. Background literature / Vicky Nagy and Natalie Siegel — A1. Background data — A2. Reviewing the literature on child sexual abuse — A3. Relationships and contexts of child sexual abuse perpetration (by adults) — A4. Mapping risk factors — A5. Theories on how and why child sexual abuse occurs — A6. Current approaches to prevention — Part B. Child sexual abuse: current issues and future directions — B1. Key issues in research, policy and practice responses to child sexual abuse — B2. Conceptualising child sexual abuse: Key findings from the literature — B3. Current and future directions for prevention and early intervention.
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