By Adele D., Jemmott, Ena Trotman, Maharaj, Priya E., Br Jones
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This means that even where treatments of the individual might be helpful, there is need for attention to the socialization processes through which these norms are transmitted and sustained within and by groups if attitudes and behaviours are to be transformed. The third limitation is that as successive scholars have revised and expanded existing theoretical models, there is little evidence of robust research to underpin or test their approaches. 1, which is based on comprehensive research on child sexual abuse carried out in the Caribbean (Jones and Trotman Jemmott 2009).
For example, had she had a non-abusing parent who believed her, who was empowered to take action, and had Ayesha had access to effective professional child-protection support, the abuse may not have been any less traumatic, but long-term psychological damage is likely to have been reduced, and she may have been protected against further abuse. In assessing wider environmental issues in which abuse is sustained, social workers could, in this example, have explored the mother’s economic dependence and the threat of domestic violence she faces.
2005; UN 2006), and while it is important to maintain sight of the principle that CSA is a children’s rights issue and to use the CRC as a strategic policy tool to lever change (Reading et al. 2009), pervasive and persistent challenges in translating the convention into effective interventions means that other approaches are needed, too. In the low- and middle-income countries of the Caribbean, 38 An Integrated Systems Model for Preventing Child Sexual Abuse economic challenges, a downturn in tourism (the main source of GDP) and structural adjustment reforms that divert funds away from social programmes make the investment needed to establish fully effective child protection systems unlikely.
An Integrated Systems Model for Preventing Child Sexual Abuse: Perspectives from Latin America and the Caribbean by Adele D., Jemmott, Ena Trotman, Maharaj, Priya E., Br Jones