|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|
|16.3 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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Book title: Home Truths about Child Sexual Abuse: Influencing Policy and Practice - A Reader.
Contributors: Catherine Itzin - Editor.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2000.
Page number: x.
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