Authors review the epidemiology of child sexual abuse. They summarize the individual, social and medico-legal aspects of sexual violence. They present an achievable approach for managing and preventing sexual crime concerning the circumstances of public health and the current laws in Hungary. Searching for specific signs and symptoms will facilitate the recognition of the cases and the success of the official procedure. In order to explore and to prevent child sexual abuse an interdisciplinary instruction is recommended on different educational levels.
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - Feb 1 2004|
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