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An Integrated Systems Model for Preventing Child Sexual Abuse

Perspectives from the Caribbean

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Adele D. Jones, Ena Trotman Jemmott, Priya E. Maharaj, Hazel Da Breo
    Pages 1-49
  3. Adele D. Jones, Ena Trotman Jemmott, Priya E. Maharaj, Hazel Da Breo
    Pages 50-83
  4. Adele D. Jones, Ena Trotman Jemmott, Priya E. Maharaj, Hazel Da Breo
    Pages 84-124
  5. Adele D. Jones, Ena Trotman Jemmott, Priya E. Maharaj, Hazel Da Breo
    Pages 125-161
  6. Adele D. Jones, Ena Trotman Jemmott, Priya E. Maharaj, Hazel Da Breo
    Pages 162-197
  7. Adele D. Jones, Ena Trotman Jemmott, Priya E. Maharaj, Hazel Da Breo
    Pages 198-223
  8. Adele D. Jones, Ena Trotman Jemmott, Priya E. Maharaj, Hazel Da Breo
    Pages 224-265
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 267-273

About this book

Introduction

This book sets out an integrated systems model which utilizes a public health approach and 'whole of society' philosophy for preventing and responding to child sexual abuse. It guides those engaged in policy, practice and planning concerning gender based violence and child abuse towards a more systemic approach to tackling these problems.

Keywords

child abuse child sexual abuse childhood violence

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Centre for Applied Childhood StudiesUniversity of HuddersfieldUK
  2. 2.Organizational Psychologist and Freelance ConsultantBarbados
  3. 3.The University of the West IndiesTrinidad and Tobago
  4. 4.The Sweet Water ToundationGrenada

About the authors

Adele D. Jones is Professor of Social Work at the University of Huddersfield, UK.


Ena Trotman Jemmott is an Organizational Psychologist and Freelance Consultant based in Barbados.


Priya E. Maharaj is a Clinical and Developmental Psychologist based at the Faculty of Medical Sciences, the University of the West Indies, Trinidad.


Hazel Da Breo, a Psychotherapist, is the Director of the Sweet Water Foundation, Grenada, an NGO dedicated to ending sexual violence directed at women and children in the Caribbean.

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