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  1. 4 keer gelezen Taal Engels Abstract: 'Child trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation (CSE) are egregious crimes, extreme forms of child maltreatment, and major violations of children’s human rights. Although empirical research is sorely lacking ...

    Abstract:'Child trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation (CSE) are egregious crimes, extreme forms of child maltreatment, and major violations of children’s human rights. Although empirical research is sorely lacking on the impact of such crimes on children’s developmental well-being, numerous reports describe the physical and emotional trauma, humiliation, violence, degradation associated with treatment as a commodity, and unrelenting fear and abuse. This paper provides an overview of the impact of trafficking and CSE on children and the practical implications of related research in the areas of child maltreatment and victimization. Findings suggest that trafficking and CSE present grave risks to the physical, psychological, spiritual, and social–emotional development of young victims. Implications for psychology and social policy, in terms of prevention and psychosocial rehabilitation for children who have been victimized, are also presented.'

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  2. 5 Language Dutch By: Cathy Zimmerman, PhD, Mazeda Hossain, MSc, Katherine Yun, MD, Vasil Gajdadziev, MD, Natalia Guzun, MSc, Maria Tchomarova, MA, Rosa Angela Ciarrocchi, MA, Anna Johansson, BA, Anna Kefurtova, BA, Stefania Scodanibbio, MSc, Maria ...

    By: Cathy Zimmerman, PhD, Mazeda Hossain, MSc, Katherine Yun, MD, Vasil Gajdadziev, MD, Natalia Guzun, MSc, Maria Tchomarova, MA, Rosa Angela Ciarrocchi, MA, Anna Johansson, BA, Anna Kefurtova, BA, Stefania Scodanibbio, MSc, Maria Nenette Motus, MD, Brenda Roche, PhD, Linda Morison, MA, and Charlotte Watts, PhD."Between January 2004 and June 2005, interviews were conducted with a consecutive sample of eligible women and adolescentgirls accessing posttrafficking assistance services provided by nongovernmental and international organizations in Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Italy, Moldova, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom. The multicountry design reflected the global nature of trafficking. Women judged to be psychologically unable to participate were excluded."

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