Table of Contents for this month’s ISPCAN Journal Articles:
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July article: Post-trafficking stressors: The influence of hopes, fears and expectations on the mental health of young trafficking survivors in the Greater Mekong Sub-region
Human trafficking and labor exploitation are prevalent in Southeast Asia [...]
Exposure to intimate partner violence (IPV) is an important adverse [...]
Child sexual abuse (CSA) is a complex public health problem [...]
This study, part of the ongoing, nationwide Japan Environment and [...]
This article summarizes results of a national study on the [...]
When child sexual abuse (CSA) is not disclosed, children run [...]
Identification, substantiation, prosecution, and treatment of child sexual abuse often [...]
This article by renowned researcher David Finklehor argues that it is [...]
October article: A longitudinal perspective on male victims of child sexual abuse in South Africa and adult mental health
In this study, Richter, Mathews, Nonterah, and Masilela examined childhood [...]
September article: Impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) on adult alcohol consumption behaviors
Long-term negative physical and mental health problems occur from a [...]