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n Child Abuse Research in South Africa - Child sexual abuse : risk factors

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Abstract

Researchers and clinicians agree that the exact incidence and prevalence of child sexual abuse in the general population is not known precisely, due to the fact that (a) most cases are not reported when they occur and (b) prevalence surveys show considerable variability as a result of differences in research methodology (Berliner & Elliott 1996).

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2003-04-01
2016-12-05
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