(i) Child sexual abuse prevention

Overviews and reviews

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Further works

Berrick, Jill Duerr, and Neil Gilbert. (1991). With the Best of Intentions: The Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Movement. New York & London: Guilford Press.

Castelino, Tracy. (2009). Making children’s safety and wellbeing matter. Australian Social Work, vol 62, no 1, pp 61-73.

Cox, A. D. (1997). Preventing child abuse; a review of community-based projects 1. Intervening on processes and outcome of reviews. Child Abuse Review, 6(4): 243-256.

Dennison, S., Smallbone, S., & Dombrowksi, J. (2004). Evaluation of the Community Sex Offender Program and Community Maintenance Program. Brisbane: Qld Dept of Corrective Services.

Horsfall, Briony, Leah Bromfield, and Myfanwy McDonald. (2010). Are social marketing campaigns effective in preventing child abuse and neglect? NCPC Issues (National Child Protection Clearinghouse), No. 32.

Johnson, B. (1994). Teachers’ role in the primary prevention of child abuse: dilemmas and problems. Child Abuse Review, 3(4): 259-271.

Kenny, M. C., V. Capri, R. R. Thakkar-Kolar, E. E. Ryan and M. K. Runyon (2008). Child sexual abuse: from prevention to self-protection. Child Abuse Review, 17(1): 36-54.

Kohl, J. (1993). School-based child sexual abuse prevention programs. Journal of Family Violence, 8(2): 137-150.

MacIntyre, D. and A. Carr (2000). Prevention of child sexual abuse: implications of programme evaluation research. Child Abuse Review, 9(3): 183-199.

MacMillan, H. L., C. N. Wathen, J. Barlow, D. M. Fergusson, J. M. Leventhal and H. N. Taussig (2009). Interventions to prevent child maltreatment and associated impairment. The Lancet, 373(9659): 250-266.

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McGuffey, C.S. (2008). “Saving masculinity”: gender reaffirmation, sexuality, race, and parental responses to male child sexual abuse. Soc. Probl., 55: 216–37.

Mowat, K. P. (2012). Masculinity as a site of pre-emptive intervention in the prevention of child sexual abuse. A thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements of Doctor of Clinical Psychology at Massey University, Manawatu, New Zealand (Doctoral dissertation).

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National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (2013). Using policies to promote child sexual abuse prevention: what is working? Pennsylvania US.

Nisbet, I., Smallbone, S., & Rombouts, S. (2005). Impacts of programs for adolescents who sexually offend. Sydney: NSW Department of Community Services.

Oak Foundation and Knowing Children. (2011). The Elimination of the Sexual Exploitation of Children. Oak Foundation.

Oak Foundation. (year?). Consultative Meeting on Engaging Men and Boys In Combating Sexual Exploitation of Children.

Parkinson, Patrick. (2011). For kids’ sake: repairing the social environment for Australian children and young people. University of Sydney.

Sanders, M. R., W. Cann and C. Markie-Dadds (2003). The Triple P-Positive Parenting Programme: a universal population-level approach to the prevention of child abuse. Child Abuse Review, 12(3): 155-171.

Sanders, M. R., W. Cann and C. Markie-Dadds (2003). Why a universal population-level approach to the prevention of child abuse is essential. Child Abuse Review, 12(3): 145-154.

Sanford, Linda. (1980). The Silent Children: A Parent’s Guide to the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Smallbone, S. (2009). A framework for the design, implementation and evaluation of sexual offender programs in the Northern Territory. Brisbane: Key centre for Ethics, Law, Justice and Governance.

Smallbone, S., Dawe, S., & Howells, K. (2002). A process and content evaluation of the Violence Intervention Program. Brisbane: Qld Dept of Corrective Services.

Smallbone, S., Dennison, S., & Dombrowski, J. (2004). Evaluation of the Sex Offender Intervention Program. Brisbane: Qld Dept of Corrective Services.

Smallbone, S., W.L. Marshall, and R. Wortley. (2008). Preventing child sexual abuse: Evidence, policy and practice. Cullompton, Devon: Willan Publishing.

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Tutty, L. (1997). Child sexual abuse prevention programs: Evaluating “Who Do You Tell. Child Abuse & Neglect, 21(9), 869-881. Doi: 10.1016/S0145-2134(97)00048-3.

Tutty, L. (2000). What children learn from sexual abuse prevention programs: Difficult concepts and developmental issues. Research on Social Work Practice,10(3), 275-300.

Tutty, L. (2004). Children’s impressions of the “Who Do You Tell” Child Sexual Abuse prevention program. Final report to Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse.

Warburton, Jane. (2014). Engaging Men and Boys as Actors in the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation. Oak Foundation.

Weatherley, R., Siti-Hajar, A., Noralina, O., John, M., Preusser, N. & Yong, M. (2012). Evaluation of a school-based sexual abuse prevention curriculum in Malaysia. Child and Youth Services Review, 24, 119-125.

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Wurtele, Sandy K. (1992). Preventing Child Sexual Abuse. Lincoln: University of Nebraska.