Fathers with a history of child sexual abuse: new findings for policy and practice

Paper that outlines the key findings of the limited research that has investigated how a history of child sexual abuse can influence men’s perceptions and experience of fatherhood, and also discusses some of the reasons why this important topic remains largely excluded from public, academic and policy discourses.

This paper will be most useful to practitioners and policy-makers who work to support men, parents and/or families.

Author: 
Rhys Price-Robertson
Publisher: 
Child Family Community Australia (CFCA)
Published: 
2012
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