An investigation into the patterns of child sexual abuse and victim-perpetrator relationships among survivors of child sexual abuse at a university
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The purpose of this study was to determine the extent, pattern and forms of child sexual abuse amongst university students; to investigate the degree of sexual coercion; to examine victim-perpetrator relationships; to determine the extent to which students are bothered by the event at the time of completing the Early Sexual Experiences Checklist; to establish the age of the student at the time the event occurred and also the age of the other person involved when the event occurred; and to determine the frequency of the coercive event.
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