Contextual predictive factors of child sexual abuse: The role of parent-child interaction

"Objectives: To determine the prevalence of child sexual abuse in the Colombian coasts, as well as to assess the role of parent-child interactions on its occurrence and to identify factors from different environmental levels that predict it. Methods: This cross-sectional study explores the resu...

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Autores Principales: Ramírez C., Pinzón-Rondón A.M., Botero J.C.
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Publicado: 2011
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Acceso en línea:https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/23655
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2011.10.004
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spelling ir-10336-236552020-06-03T22:15:13Z Contextual predictive factors of child sexual abuse: The role of parent-child interaction Ramírez C. Pinzón-Rondón A.M. Botero J.C. "Affect Article Child Child parent relation Child sexual abuse Colombia Community Cross-sectional study Descriptive research Family size Female Household Human Major clinical study Male Mother Partner violence Prediction Prevalence Social environment Adolescent Child Child abuse, sexual Child, preschool Colombia Communication Cross-sectional studies Female Humans Logistic models Male Parent-child relations Parenting Child abuse Colombia Communication Parent-child relations Sexual" "Objectives: To determine the prevalence of child sexual abuse in the Colombian coasts, as well as to assess the role of parent-child interactions on its occurrence and to identify factors from different environmental levels that predict it. Methods: This cross-sectional study explores the results of 1,089 household interviews responded by mothers. Descriptive analyses and multivariate logistic regressions were conducted, with child sexual abuse regressed on parent-child interactions, children's characteristics, maternal characteristics, family characteristics, and community characteristics. Results: 1.2% of the mothers reported that their children had been sexually abused. Families that communicated with their children were less likely to report child sexual abuse, each additional standard deviation of communication reduced child sexual abuse 3.5 times. Affection and negative treatment to the children were not associated with child sexual abuse. Families who experienced intimate partner violence and violent communities were more likely to experience child sexual abuse. Conclusions: Interventions are needed to address the problem of child sexual abuse. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd." 2011 2020-05-26T00:04:05Z info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion 1452134 https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/23655 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2011.10.004 eng info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess application/pdf instname:Universidad del Rosario reponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
institution EdocUR - Universidad del Rosario
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language Inglés (English)
topic "Affect
Article
Child
Child parent relation
Child sexual abuse
Colombia
Community
Cross-sectional study
Descriptive research
Family size
Female
Household
Human
Major clinical study
Male
Mother
Partner violence
Prediction
Prevalence
Social environment
Adolescent
Child
Child abuse, sexual
Child, preschool
Colombia
Communication
Cross-sectional studies
Female
Humans
Logistic models
Male
Parent-child relations
Parenting
Child abuse
Colombia
Communication
Parent-child relations
Sexual"
spellingShingle "Affect
Article
Child
Child parent relation
Child sexual abuse
Colombia
Community
Cross-sectional study
Descriptive research
Family size
Female
Household
Human
Major clinical study
Male
Mother
Partner violence
Prediction
Prevalence
Social environment
Adolescent
Child
Child abuse, sexual
Child, preschool
Colombia
Communication
Cross-sectional studies
Female
Humans
Logistic models
Male
Parent-child relations
Parenting
Child abuse
Colombia
Communication
Parent-child relations
Sexual"
Ramírez C.
Pinzón-Rondón A.M.
Botero J.C.
Contextual predictive factors of child sexual abuse: The role of parent-child interaction
description "Objectives: To determine the prevalence of child sexual abuse in the Colombian coasts, as well as to assess the role of parent-child interactions on its occurrence and to identify factors from different environmental levels that predict it. Methods: This cross-sectional study explores the results of 1,089 household interviews responded by mothers. Descriptive analyses and multivariate logistic regressions were conducted, with child sexual abuse regressed on parent-child interactions, children's characteristics, maternal characteristics, family characteristics, and community characteristics. Results: 1.2% of the mothers reported that their children had been sexually abused. Families that communicated with their children were less likely to report child sexual abuse, each additional standard deviation of communication reduced child sexual abuse 3.5 times. Affection and negative treatment to the children were not associated with child sexual abuse. Families who experienced intimate partner violence and violent communities were more likely to experience child sexual abuse. Conclusions: Interventions are needed to address the problem of child sexual abuse. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd."
format Artículo (Article)
author Ramírez C.
Pinzón-Rondón A.M.
Botero J.C.
author_facet Ramírez C.
Pinzón-Rondón A.M.
Botero J.C.
author_sort Ramírez C.
title Contextual predictive factors of child sexual abuse: The role of parent-child interaction
title_short Contextual predictive factors of child sexual abuse: The role of parent-child interaction
title_full Contextual predictive factors of child sexual abuse: The role of parent-child interaction
title_fullStr Contextual predictive factors of child sexual abuse: The role of parent-child interaction
title_full_unstemmed Contextual predictive factors of child sexual abuse: The role of parent-child interaction
title_sort contextual predictive factors of child sexual abuse: the role of parent-child interaction
publishDate 2011
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https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2011.10.004
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