Long-range effects of child and adolescent sexual experiences: myths, mores, and menaces
Making a unique contribution of placing the current sexual exploitation of children and adolescents firmly in its historical context, this book looks at the family's and society's roles in child and adolescent sex abuse. Unlike most previous studies, this study allows a range of responses from negative to positive and avoids the methodological problems inherent in many other studies. Most studies combine the age groups of children and adolescents, whereas this study separates these different age groups and compares the nature and outcome of sexual experiences of children with those of adolescents. Utilizing sophisticated analytical measures, the author's findings repudiate many commonly held assumptions and serve to calm current hysteria regarding sexual abuse of minors. Written to disseminate findings that could be helpful in realistically confronting the phenomenon of human sexuality, the results presented in this book dispel many current myths about early sexuality, including ethnic differences. The author wanted to separate scientific inquiry from the perpetration of pervading mores or social norms, and identify the real menaces to healthy adult functioning.
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Jeopardy in the Courtroom: A Scientific Analysis of Children's Testimony
Stephen J. Ceci,Maggie Bruck
No preview available - 1995
Societal Response to Sexual Abuse
NATURE AND CONSEQUENCES OF CHILD
Nature of the Sexual Experiences
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