Child Sexual Abuse by Danya Glaser

By Danya Glaser

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It is also worth noting that, once again, studies of clinically identified populations may show higher rates of disturbance than do general population samples. Haugaard and Reppucci's (1988) review of a number of both types of study shows that general-population and clinical samples reveal similar negative consequences of sexual abuse, although there is greater variability in the severity of these consequences for the former group. The authors note: Whereas the clinical samples consisted almost exclusively of those suffering relatively serious negative consequences, the empirical samples included some abuse victims who suffered no apparent consequences.

Perceived damage was worse for women than for men; it was also worse when the abuse began before the child was 10 years old, and when it was repeated. Only 4 per cent of the sample said the abuse had improved the quality of their lives; this figure represents seven people, five of whom were male, three of whom had been abused by women, and none of whom had been abused within the family. It is important to note that this study is retrospective: it may be that more of the experiences had pleasurable components than the adult respondents recalled or were willing to admit.

In fact, abusive men form an extremely heterogeneous group. For instance, some seem to be motivated primarily by sexual desires, while others are motivated by needs for closeness or by aggression (Finkelhor, 1979), or by sentimental images of children (Weeks, 1985). , 1979; Langevin, 1985). g. , 1978), although there is also general agreement among researchers and clinicians that the role of alcohol is a disinhibiting rather than a causal one. Some men prefer young children as their targets; others adolescents; some are homosexual, more are heterosexual; some abuse any child who may be available.

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