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Sexueller Mißbrauch im Kindes- und Jugendalter — ein Überblick

  • C. Lechmann

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Sexueller Kindesmißbrauch ist ein Mißstand, den es wohl zu allen Zeiten gegeben hat. Doch erst in den letzten 10 Jahren setzte sich die Wissenschaft intensiv mit diesem „wahrscheinlich schlimmsten Trauma der Kindheit“ (Curtis 1986, S 591) auseinander.

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