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Autori: Matešković, Dragana; Buljan Flander, Gordana; Čuković-Bagić, Ivana; Nuzzolese, Emilio
Naslov: Familial characteristics and psychological consequences associated with intrafamilial and extrafamilial child sexual abuse
Izvornik: 19th IAFS World meeting, book of abstractMadeira, Portugal :
Skup: 19th IAFS World meeting
Mjesto i datum: Madeira, Portugal, 12.-17.9.2011.
Ključne riječi: child sexual abuse; intrafamilial; extrafamilial; psychological consequences
Child sexual abuse studies show that most frequently the offender is someone close to the child and someone whom the child trusts, like parents, siblings or other members of the family, but also people outside the family who knowthe child and can easily get in touch with the child, for instance neighbours, parents friends, teachers, etc. This study intended to identify some familial risk factors which differentiate children victims of intrafamilial from those of extrafamilial sexual abuse, as well as to compare psychological consequences between these two groups children victims. Data were collected in the Child Protection Center, a specialized institution for providing help to traumatized children and their families. The subject were 443 sexually abused children, 88 boys and 355 girls, aged between 2 and 18. In most cases sexual abuser was the father, or a person outside the family known to the child. Results showed that the children who were sexually abused by a family member, in comparison to the children who were sexually abused by a person outside the family, more often come from divorced families or families which are still in divorce proceedings, families in which the father has a lower educational level and from single parent families. Children who were sexually abused by a family member were younger than those who were abused by someone outside the family. Results also showed that there are no significant differences in psychological consequences between the children whose perpetrator was a family member and the child whose perpetrator was not a family member. However, in comparison to a normative sample, they both showed higher rates of depressive and anxiety symptoms. These results can be used for planning child abuse prevention programs and treatment.
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Predavanje
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Sažetak
Vrsta recenzije: Nema recenziju
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Ostalo
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