UA-174898256-1 Crimes Against Children Research Center


Bystander Behavior
Bullying, Peer and  Sibling
 Child Advocacy Centers

Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children
 Exposure to Domestic Violence
Firearm Violence
General Child Victimization
Hate and Bias Victimization
Impacts of Child Victimization
Kidnapping and Missing Children
Physical Abuse
Polyvictimization ACES (adverse childhood experiences)

Self-Directed Violence 

Sexual Abuse
Sexual and Gender Minority Youth

Technology/Internet Victimization

Trends in Child Victimization

The Decline of Sexual Abuse Cases


Why have Child Maltreatment and Child Victimization Declined
David Finkelhor and Lisa Jones
Journal of Social Issues, 62(4): 685-716. Order (CV137J)
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Child Maltreatment Trends in the 1990's: Why Does Neglect Differ from Physical and Sexual Abuse?
Lisa Jones, David Finkelhor, and Stephanie Halter
(2006). Child Maltreatment, 11(2): 107-120. Order (CV110)
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Explanations for the Decline in Child Sexual Abuse Cases
David Finkelhor and Lisa Jones
(2004). Juvenile Justice Bulletin -- NCJ199298 (pgs. 1-12). Order (CV58)
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Why is Sexual Abuse Declining? A Survey of State Child Protection Administration
Lisa Jones, David Finkelhor, and Kathy Kopiec
(2001). Child Abuse & Neglect, 25(9): 1139-1158. Order (CV44)
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The Decline in Sexual Abuse Cases
Lisa Jones and David Finkelhor
(2001). Juvenile Justice Bulletin -- NCJ184741 (pgs. 1-12). Order (CV39)
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