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Sexual Abuse in Australia and New Zealand
SAANZ is the journal of the Australian and New Zealand Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abuse. SAANZ is concerned with understanding the psychological and social factors that impact on sexual offending and sexual abuse, and the victims of sexual offending. Topics considered appropriate for the journal, but not necessarily limited to these include: risk assessment and profiling of offenders and offences, treatment and custody issues, pure and applied research into features associated with sexual offending and sexual abuse, and impact of offending and abuse on victim/survivors and treatment for such persons. The journal welcomes contributions from across the disciplines. The journal seeks to develop a primary focus on the application of research and practice in the sex-offending area, and hence the focus is on empirical investigation, and the application of theory.
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Name of Publisher: Australia and New Zealand Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers
Place of Publication: Haymarket, N.S.W.
Resource Type: Journal
Publication Year: 2007-
Publication Frequency: Semiannual
Coverage: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2008) - onwards (Comprehensive)
Subject Covered: Psychology; Criminology & criminal justice
Copyright: © Australian and New Zealand Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abuse