Number 4 - Fall 1990

Articles

Primary Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse: Alternative, Non-Child Directed Approaches
James J. Krivacska

Child Hearsay vs. the Confrontation Clause: Can the Sixth Amendment Survive?
Paul F. Herzog

The Child Protection Teams: Defenses for the Falsely Accused
LeRoy Schultz

Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy as a Possible Factor When Abuse is Falsely Alleged
Deirdre Conway Rand.

Investigative Procedures in Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse. Part I: The Initial Criminal Investigation
John C. Wideman

Book Reviews:

Bad Moon Rising: A True Story
(by Dana Ferguson)
Reviewed by Marjorie Gans Walters

When Children Invite Abuse
(by Svea J. Gold)
Reviewed by LeRoy G. Schultz

Heroes of Their Own Lives
(by Linda Gordon)
Reviewed by LeRoy G. Schultz

On Trial: America's Courts and Their Treatment of Sexually Abused Children
(by Billie Wright Dziech and Charles B. Schudson)
Reviewed by LeRoy G. Schultz

Protecting Young Children from Sexual Abuse: Does Preschool Training Work?
(by Neil Gilbert, Jill Duerr Berrick, Nicole Le Prohn, and Nina Nyman)
Reviewed by James J. Krivacska

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