Mothers’ involvement in child sexual abuse investigations and support: Community care or child protection?
Jackson, S.E. and Tuson, G. (1999) Mothers’ involvement in child sexual abuse investigations and support: Community care or child protection? In, Bagley, C. and Mallick, K. (eds.) Child Sexual Abuse and Adult Offenders: New Theory and Research. Aldershot, Ashgate, 235-251. (Contemporary Social Work Studies).
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Introduction: child sexual abuse and adult offenders, Kanka Mallick and Christopher Bagley.
Conceptual and Policy Issues: Towards rethinking moral panic: child sexual abuse conflicts and social constructionist responses, Chris Atmore;
Children first: challenges and dilemmas for social workers investigating and treating child sexual abuse, Christopher Bagley.
Clinical Issues: Is family dysfunction more harmful than child sexual abuse? A controlled study, Guy Pelletier and Lee C. Handy;
The interactive effects of physical, emotional and sexual abuse on adjustment in a longitudinal study of 565 children from birth to 17, Christopher Bagley, Loretta Young and Kanka Mallick;
Long-term evaluation of group counselling for women with a history of child sexual abuse: focus on depression, self-esteem, suicidal behaviours and social support, Christopher Bagley and Loretta Young.
Adolescent Outcomes: The youngest profession – the oldest oppression: a study of sex work, Susan McIntyre;
Child and adolescent prostitution in Canada and The Philippines: comparative case studies and policy proposals, Christopher Bagley.
Social Work Issues: Child protection and children’s welfare: complementary priorities?, Elaine Sharland;
Mothers’ involvement in child sexual abuse investigations and support: community care or child protection?, Shirley Jackson and Graham Tuson.
Offender Issues: Men and women who kill and men who abuse children: a study of the psychiatric–child abuse interface, Colin Pritchard and Julia Stroud;
Completed suicide in men accused of sexual crimes involving children: implications for a humanistic approach, Christopher Bagley and Colin Pritchard;
|Item Type:||Book Section|
|Subjects:||B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
R Medicine > RJ Pediatrics > RJ101 Child Health. Child health services
H Social Sciences > HM Sociology
|Divisions:||University Structure - Pre August 2011 > School of Social Sciences > Social Work Studies
|Date Deposited:||10 May 2007|
|Last Modified:||31 Mar 2016 12:00|
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