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2000 | 3 | 95-105
Article title

Psychologiczna analiza przemocy seksualnej wobec dzieci

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Title variants
EN
A Psychological Analysis of Sexual Aid for Children
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
The paper sought to analyze sexual abuse towards children, with particular emphasis on the dynamism of that phenomenon, its direct and further consequences. Clinical practice points that event accompanying sexual abuse towards a child in a family may be ordered according to the following stages: I – the stage of dependence (seduction), II – the stage of sexual interaction (acts), III – the stage of secret (concealment) IV – the stage of revelation, and V – the stage of suppression or solution. The course of particular stages is individualized and conditioned by various factors. It has been established that the greatest consequences of sexual abuse occur when abuse is experienced before age 12; it lasts for a long time; there is a physical contact; aggression towards the child and accusation of the child; there is not support on the part of the parents, and there is no professional help for the child.
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Year
Volume
3
Pages
95-105
Physical description
Dates
published
2000
Contributors
  • Zakład Psychologii Klinicznej Dorosłych Katolickiego Uniwersytetu Lubelskiego Jana Pawła II
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Publication order reference
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