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PART 3: HARMING CHILDREN .
Diana E.H. Russell / Russell’s Theory: Exposure to Child Pornography as a Cause of Child Sexual Victimization
Caroline S. Taylor / The Pornification of Intrafamilial Rape
Caroline Norma / Teaching Tools and Recipe Books: Pornography and the Sexual Assault of Children
Helen Pringle / Civil Justice for Victims of Child Pornography.
‘Amy’ / The Victimisation of Children by Pornography: Victim Impact Statement of Amy.
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