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3.1 Cycle of sex offender behaviour 59
5.1 The organisation of intrafamilial and extrafamilial child sexual abuse and exploitation 91
5.2 The overlapping categories of child sexual abuse and exploitation 93
5.3 A continuum typology of child sexual abuse and the characteristics of child sexual abusers 94
5.4 A nosology of gendered child sexual abuse classification 96
13.1 The continuum of child disclosure of sexual abuse 237
13.2 The child's journey from silence to disclosure 239
13.3 A girl aged six: disclosure by drawing 258
13.4 Pressures on child advocates: the professional continuum 271
14.1 Child prostitution from the girl's perspective 280
14.2 Child prostitution as reflected in current legislation 284
14.3 Child prostitution as child sexual abuse 286
15.1 Causal factors contributing to child sexual abuse by adolescent males 299
15.2 Cycle of sexual assault 301
15.3 A framework for multi-agency response 305
15.4 Adolescent sexual abuser assessment and treatment model 306
15.5 Therapeutic goals 307
15.6 Issues in family work 308
16.1 Continuous cycle 320
16.2 Inhibited cycle 321
16.3 Short-circuit cycle 323
21.1 Swann's representation of the prostituted girl 425
21.2 The societal construction of girls entrapped in prostitution 425
21.3 Pimps and punters from a child-protection perspective 425

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