"Just say no" may not be enough to prevent child sexual abuse.

  title={"Just say no" may not be enough to prevent child sexual abuse.},
  author={Dick Sang},
  journal={Social work},
  volume={39 5},
  • D. Sang
  • Published 1994
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Social work
Current estimates of the prevalence of sexual molestation of children indicate that one in three girls and one in seven boys are sexually abused by an adult, usually male and usually known to the child, before reaching 18 years of age (Bass & Davis, 1988; Finkelhor, 1979). Although this figure has remained relatively stable for girls over the past decade, there are indications that boys are at greater risk for sexual molestation than previously thought (Reinhart, 1987; Spencer & Dunklee, 1986… Expand
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