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One Voice: The National Alliance for Abuse Awareness and its public policy project, The American Coalition for Abuse Awareness (ACAA)
This alliance of survivors, supporters, child advocates, and health care and legal professionals works to educate the public, the media and legislators. Offers a national resource line, legal referrals and information on abuse, trauma, and memory.
Mothers Against Sexual Abuse (MASA)
Offers public education, support for non-offending parents, networking, legislative activism, and a newsletter.
Justice for Children
Works to protect children when agencies fail to help. Operates a hotline, monitors court proceedings, conducts community forums, and educates elected officials.
The Family Dialogue Project
Provides services to families seeking mediation as an alternative to legal action in response to allegations of sexual abuse.
The Center for the Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence
Serves both religious and secular communities, providing excellent literature, books, videos, trainings, conferences, and consultation, and is responsible for groundbreaking work on the relationship between the church and family violence issues.
The Safer Society Foundation (SSFI)
This research, advocacy and referral center publishes groundbreaking literature, audio, and videotapes, including the best resources for youthful sex offenders. They maintain a directory of agencies and individuals providing specialized treatment for youthful and adult sex offenders. Also sponsors Stop It Now, which challenges adults to confront abusing behaviors and offers a help line for abusers who want to stop abusing: 1-888-PREVENT.
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30. Gore, Tipper. .Hate, Rape and Rap.. The Washington Post January 1990.
31. Greven, Philip. Spare the Child: The Religious Roots of Punishment and the Psychological Impact of Physical Abuse, Vintage Books: New York, NY 1992: 186.
32. Groth, A. Nicholas. .Understanding Sexual Offense Behavior and Differentiating Among Sexual Abusers.. in S. Sgroi Vulnerable Populations. Vol. 2. Lexington Books: Lexington, MA 1989.
33. Groth, A. Nicholas and Ann Wolbert Burgess. .Male Rape: Offenders and Victims.. American Journal of Psychiatry Vol.137 (7) (1980): 806-810.
34. Harrell, Ken, Craig Lewis and Lynn Allison. .JonBenèt Showed Nine Signs of Sex Abuse.. Globe August 1997.
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37. Herman, M.D., Judith. Father-Daughter Incest. Harvard University Press: Cambridge, MA 1987.
38. Holden, E.W., S.A.Kosisky, D.J. Willis, and L. Foltz. .Child abuse potential and parenting stress within maltreating families.. Paper presented at the 98th annual meeting of the American Psychological Association. Boston, MA. August 10-14, 1990.
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41. Hunter, Mic. Abused Boys: The Neglected Victims of Sexual Abuse. Lexington Books: Lexington, MA 1990.
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45. Kempe, Ruth S., C. Henry Kempe. The Common Secret: Sexual Abuse of Children and Adolescents. Harvard University Press: Cambridge, MA 1984.
46. Krug, R.S. .Adult male report of childhood sexual abuse by mothers: Case descriptions, motivations and long-term consequences.. Child Abuse and Neglect Vol. 13(1) (1989): 11-120.
47. Krupski, Alli. .Autopsy Confirms Abuse.. The Boulder Daily Camera February 15, 1997.
48. Krupski, Alli. .JonBenèt.s Doctor Rules Out Abuse, Victim Had No History of Sexual Assaults, Pediatrician Says.. The Boulder Daily Camera February 16, 1997.
50. Loftus, E., S. Polonsky, M. Fullilove. .Memories of Childhood Sexual Abuse.. Psychology of Women Quarterly Vol. 18 (1994): 67-84.
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55. McCarthy, L.M. .Mother-child incest: Characteristics of the offender.. Child Welfare. LXV (5) (1986): 447-458.
56. Meiselman, K. C. Resolving the Trauma of Incest: Reintegration Therapy with Survivors. Jossey-Bass: San Francisco, CA 1990.
57. Mendel, Matthew P. The Male Survivor: The Impact of Sexual Abuse. Sage Publications: Newbury Park, CA 1994.
58. Miller, Alice. Breaking Down the Wall of Silence: The Liberating Experience of Facing Painful Truth. Plenum: New York, NY 1997.
59. Miller, Alice. Thou Shalt Not Be Aware: Society.s Betrayal of the Child. Noonday Press, Imprint of Farrar, Straus & Giroux: Gordonsville, VA 1998.
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67. Rowan, E.L., J.B. Rowan, and P. Langelier. .Women who molest children.. The Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Vol. 18(1) (1981): 79-83.
68. Russell, Diana. The Secret Trauma: Incest in the Lives of Women and Girls. Basic Books: New York, NY 1986.
69. Santrock, J.W., R.A. Warshak, and O.L. Elliott, .Social development and parent-child interaction in father-custody and stepmother families.. In M.E. Lamb Ed. Nontraditional Families: Parenting and Child Development. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers: Hillsdale, NJ 1982: 289-314.
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73. Timnick, L. .Children.s Abuse Reports Reliable, Most Believe.. Los Angeles Times 1985, A1.
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79. U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary Hearings before the Subcommittee of Juvenile Justice. .The Effects of Pornography on Children and Women.. Testimony of John Rabun, for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, September 1984.
82. Wildmon, Donald. The Case Against Pornography. Victor Books, Wheaton, IL 1986.
83. Williams, L. .Recall of Childhood Trauma: A Prospective Study of Women.s Memories for Child Sexual Abuse.. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology Vol. 62 (1994): 1167-1176.
84. Wyatt, Gail E., Gloria Johnson Powell. Lasting Effects of Child Sexual Abuse. Sage Focus Edition, Vol. 100. Sage Publications: Newbury Park, CA 1988.
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