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Citation

Hamilton CE, Browne KD. Aggress. Violent Behav. 1998; 3(1): 47-60.

Copyright

(Copyright © 1998, Elsevier Publishing)

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Abstract

Many children suffer multiple incidents of abuse, either involving the same or a different perpetrator. However, neither the literature on child abuse nor that on repeat victims of crime has addressed the question "why are some abused or neglected children more vulnerable to further abuse than others?" If this question can be answered, and we are able to identify those characteristics that put a child at further risk, Child Protection agencies will be better equipped to direct their resources to those children most in need. The advantages of a victimological approach to this problem are discussed and a new glossary of terms proposed to draw distinctions between different types of repeat victimization. It is suggested that this may provide an appropriate framework for subsequent research. (Abstract Adapted from Source: Aggression and Violent Behavior, 1998. Copyright © 1998 by Elsevier Science)

Child Victim
Repeat Victimization
Child Abuse Victim
Child Physical Abuse Victim
Domestic Violence Victim
At Risk Child
At Risk Youth
Child Protection
Child Abuse Intervention
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