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The Resource Sexual development in childhood, edited by John Bancroft

Sexual development in childhood, edited by John Bancroft

Label
Sexual development in childhood
Title
Sexual development in childhood
Statement of responsibility
edited by John Bancroft
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"The wide-ranging essays in Sexual Development in Childhood seek collectively to answer many of the most vital questions in the field of childhood development. What is childhood sexuality, and why should it be studied? How should it be measured, and what research methods are most useful? What are the current empirical results of research, and in what direction do these studies intend to go in the future? The essays offered in answer to these questions propose to help us understand both the normal range of sexual development in children and the consequences of abusive sexual experiences - objectives that should make this volume an essential resource for teachers, advocates, and social policy professionals as well as for researchers and clinicians."--BOOK JACKET
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Bancroft, John
Series statement
The Kinsey Institute series
Series volume
v. 7
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Psychosexual development
  • Children
  • Teenagers
Label
Sexual development in childhood, edited by John Bancroft
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Methodological Issues Asssociated with Studies of Child Sexual Behavior
  • Lucia F. O'Sullivan
  • Using the Parents as a Source of Information about the Child: With Special Emphasis on the Sex Problems Scale of the Child Behavior Checklist
  • Heino F. L. Meyer-Bahlburg and Jennifer Lynne Steel
  • Discussion Paper
  • Kenneth J. Zucker
  • Methodological Issues Involved in Adult Recall of Childhood Sexual Experiences
  • Cynthia A. Graham
  • Using Computer-Assisted Self-Intervie (CASI) for Recall of Childhood Sexual Experiences
  • Meredith A. Reynolds and Debra L. Herbenick
  • Introduction
  • The Use of Meta-analysis in Understanding the Effects of Child Sexual Abuse
  • Janet Shibley Hyde
  • Discussion Paper
  • Susan F. Newcomer
  • Pt. 3.
  • Some New Studies of Normal Sexual Development
  • Studies of Sexuality of Nonabused Children
  • William N. Friedrich
  • Body Awareness and Physical Intimacy: An Exploratory Study
  • Jany Rademakers, M. J. C. Laan and Cornelis J. Straver
  • John Bancroft
  • Discussion Paper
  • Anke A. Ehrhardt
  • The Nature of Childhood Sexual Experiences: Two Studies 50 Years Apart
  • Meredith Reynolds, Debra L. Herbenick and John Bancroft
  • Masturbation as a Marker of Sexual Development: Two Studies 50 Years Apart
  • John Bancroft, Debra L. Herbenick and Mereidth Reynolds
  • Discussion Paper
  • John D. Delamater
  • Discussion Paper
  • Deborath L. Tolman
  • Pt. 1.
  • Antecedents of Sexual Activity at Ages 16 and 17 in a Community Sample Followed from Age 5
  • John E. Bates, Douglas B. Alexander, Sarah E. Oberlander, Kenneth A. Dodge and Gregory S. Pettit
  • Pt. 4.
  • Cross-Cultural Aspects
  • Normative Sexual Behavior of African American Children: Preliminary Findings
  • Jeffry W. Thigpen, Elsie M. Pinkston and Jay H. Mayefsky
  • Cultural Dimensions of Childhood Sexuality in the United States
  • Suzanne G. Frayser
  • Discussion Paper
  • Gilbert Herdt
  • The Historical Context
  • Pt. 5.
  • Retrospective Studies of Effects of Child Sexual Abuse on Adolescent Sexuality
  • Sexual Contact between Children and Adults: A Life Course Perspective with Special Reference to Men
  • Edward O. Laumann, Christopher R. Browning, Arnout van de Rijt and Mariana Gatzeva
  • Childhood/Adolescent Sexual Coercion among Men Who Have Sex with Men: Understanding Patterns of Sexual Behavior and Sexual Risk
  • Jay P. Paul, Joseph A. Catania and Lance M. Pollack
  • Abusive Sexual Experiences before Age 12 and Adolescent Sexual Behaviors
  • J. Dennis Fortenberry and Matthew A. Aalsma
  • Discussion Paper
  • David Finkelhor
  • Watching the Research Pendulum
  • Pt. 6.
  • Theoretical Models for Mediating Mechanisms
  • The Social Context of Adaptation to Childhood Sexual Maltreatment: A Life Course Perspective
  • Christopher R. Browning and Edward O. Laumann
  • Childhood Sexuality and Adult Sexual Relationships: How Are They Connected by Data and by Theory?
  • Julia R. Heiman, Johan Verhulst and Amy R. Heard-Davison
  • Discussion Paper
  • Carol McCord
  • Discussion Paper
  • J. Michael Bailey
  • Philip Jenkins
  • Pt. 7.
  • Toward a Consensus
  • Conclusions from Research, Policy, and Advocacy Perspectives
  • Conclusions from a Theoretical Perspective
  • John Bancroft
  • Pt. 2.
  • Methodological Aspects
Control code
7473786
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 484 p.
Isbn
9780253342430
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2003001814
System control number
  • (DLC) 2003001814
  • 7473786
  • (BNAtoc) 2003001814
Label
Sexual development in childhood, edited by John Bancroft
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Methodological Issues Asssociated with Studies of Child Sexual Behavior
  • Lucia F. O'Sullivan
  • Using the Parents as a Source of Information about the Child: With Special Emphasis on the Sex Problems Scale of the Child Behavior Checklist
  • Heino F. L. Meyer-Bahlburg and Jennifer Lynne Steel
  • Discussion Paper
  • Kenneth J. Zucker
  • Methodological Issues Involved in Adult Recall of Childhood Sexual Experiences
  • Cynthia A. Graham
  • Using Computer-Assisted Self-Intervie (CASI) for Recall of Childhood Sexual Experiences
  • Meredith A. Reynolds and Debra L. Herbenick
  • Introduction
  • The Use of Meta-analysis in Understanding the Effects of Child Sexual Abuse
  • Janet Shibley Hyde
  • Discussion Paper
  • Susan F. Newcomer
  • Pt. 3.
  • Some New Studies of Normal Sexual Development
  • Studies of Sexuality of Nonabused Children
  • William N. Friedrich
  • Body Awareness and Physical Intimacy: An Exploratory Study
  • Jany Rademakers, M. J. C. Laan and Cornelis J. Straver
  • John Bancroft
  • Discussion Paper
  • Anke A. Ehrhardt
  • The Nature of Childhood Sexual Experiences: Two Studies 50 Years Apart
  • Meredith Reynolds, Debra L. Herbenick and John Bancroft
  • Masturbation as a Marker of Sexual Development: Two Studies 50 Years Apart
  • John Bancroft, Debra L. Herbenick and Mereidth Reynolds
  • Discussion Paper
  • John D. Delamater
  • Discussion Paper
  • Deborath L. Tolman
  • Pt. 1.
  • Antecedents of Sexual Activity at Ages 16 and 17 in a Community Sample Followed from Age 5
  • John E. Bates, Douglas B. Alexander, Sarah E. Oberlander, Kenneth A. Dodge and Gregory S. Pettit
  • Pt. 4.
  • Cross-Cultural Aspects
  • Normative Sexual Behavior of African American Children: Preliminary Findings
  • Jeffry W. Thigpen, Elsie M. Pinkston and Jay H. Mayefsky
  • Cultural Dimensions of Childhood Sexuality in the United States
  • Suzanne G. Frayser
  • Discussion Paper
  • Gilbert Herdt
  • The Historical Context
  • Pt. 5.
  • Retrospective Studies of Effects of Child Sexual Abuse on Adolescent Sexuality
  • Sexual Contact between Children and Adults: A Life Course Perspective with Special Reference to Men
  • Edward O. Laumann, Christopher R. Browning, Arnout van de Rijt and Mariana Gatzeva
  • Childhood/Adolescent Sexual Coercion among Men Who Have Sex with Men: Understanding Patterns of Sexual Behavior and Sexual Risk
  • Jay P. Paul, Joseph A. Catania and Lance M. Pollack
  • Abusive Sexual Experiences before Age 12 and Adolescent Sexual Behaviors
  • J. Dennis Fortenberry and Matthew A. Aalsma
  • Discussion Paper
  • David Finkelhor
  • Watching the Research Pendulum
  • Pt. 6.
  • Theoretical Models for Mediating Mechanisms
  • The Social Context of Adaptation to Childhood Sexual Maltreatment: A Life Course Perspective
  • Christopher R. Browning and Edward O. Laumann
  • Childhood Sexuality and Adult Sexual Relationships: How Are They Connected by Data and by Theory?
  • Julia R. Heiman, Johan Verhulst and Amy R. Heard-Davison
  • Discussion Paper
  • Carol McCord
  • Discussion Paper
  • J. Michael Bailey
  • Philip Jenkins
  • Pt. 7.
  • Toward a Consensus
  • Conclusions from Research, Policy, and Advocacy Perspectives
  • Conclusions from a Theoretical Perspective
  • John Bancroft
  • Pt. 2.
  • Methodological Aspects
Control code
7473786
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 484 p.
Isbn
9780253342430
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2003001814
System control number
  • (DLC) 2003001814
  • 7473786
  • (BNAtoc) 2003001814

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