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Adult Education to Help Reduce Child Sexual Abuse: Developing Novel Classroom and Online Approaches Designed to Change Knowledge, Attitudes, and BehavioursDownload
Child sexual abuse (CSA) is common and individuals who experience CSA have higher rates of psychopathology and higher risk of medical, psychological, behavioural, and sexual disorders than those who have not been sexually abused. Adults who interact with children are in ideal positions to reduce...
Although significant research examining childhood sexual assault already exists, the overwhelming majority has focused on females, guided by the male perpetrator–female victim paradigm. This focus on women and girls has led people to believe that the sexual abuse of young males is rare. This is...
Voicing Challenges: South Asian Immigrant Women Speak Out about their Experiences of Domestic Violence and Access to ServicesDownload
Domestic violence is often framed solely as a cultural and marginal problem within our society, despite its far-reaching impact on women from all racial backgrounds. Developing awareness for those affected necessitates reaching common ground on our thinking about abuse in ethno-cultural...