Unspeakable Acts: Why Men Sexually Abuse Children

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Most sexual abuse of children occurs in a residence, typically that of the victim or perpetrator. 84% of sexual victimization of children under age 12 occurs in a residence. Is ADHD a real problem or are people just medicating their kids? Learning how to write a business plan is, therefore, an integral part of every reputable business school. The term psychological maltreatment has come to be preferred to other labels (e.g., emotional abuse and neglect, mental abuse or injury). We’ll take a look at a couple of those next.

Pages: 362

Publisher: NYU Press; 1 edition (July 1, 1996)

ISBN: 0814766374

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