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International and internet child sexual abuse and exploitation - issues emerging from research [2003] CFLQ 353

Date:23 SEP 2011

This article examines knowledge concerning cases of child sexual abuse involving an international element or use of the internet - risks to children that have received widespread official attention only in the last few years. In particular, it draws upon the authors' ongoing research, other (completed) research and the wider literature to establish what is known about these cases in terms of their extent and nature, and their implications for policy and practice. 

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