Child Sexual Abuse in Fiji: Authority, Risk Factors and Responses

@article{Whitehead2016ChildSA,
  title={Child Sexual Abuse in Fiji: Authority, Risk Factors and Responses},
  author={J. Whitehead and J. Roffee},
  journal={Current Issues in Criminal Justice},
  year={2016},
  volume={27},
  pages={323 - 334}
}
Abstract While child sexual abuse is a problem worldwide, the risk factors for the perpetration of child sexual abuse within Fiji are unique in their relation to the traditional and communal nature of Fijian society. In this article, culturally relevant dynamic risk factors found within contemporary Fijian society are identified and understood alongside static factors contributing to abuse. Although there have been recent changes to sexual offence legislation and traditional criminal justice… Expand

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