Guest Editors' Introduction to the Special Issue on Australasian Research on Sexual Abuse

Guest Editors' Introduction to the Special Issue on Australasian Research on Sexual Abuse Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, Vol. 16, No. 4, October 2004 ( 2004) Guest Editors’ Introduction to the Special Issue on Australasian Research on Sexual Abuse 1,3 2 Tony Ward and Lynne Eccleston We were delighted when Howard Barbaree asked us to edit a special issue on Australasian research for Sexual Abuse. A chance, we thought, to showcase some of the exciting talent we have in this part of the world. However, once we got down to the task of selecting the papers to include in the special issue, a problem emerged. Rather than a lack of possible papers, there was simply too much good work going on in Australia and New Zealand to include in one issue. In the end we decided to pursue certain themes and to base the selection of work on three domains: etiology, cognition, and what we have termed, human goods. These themes seem to reflect much of the systematic or programmatic research occurring in the two countries, and in this sense are fairly representative. However, we apologize to the excellent researchers whose work was not selected and look forward to seeing it included in the next special edition of Sexual http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment Springer Journals

Guest Editors' Introduction to the Special Issue on Australasian Research on Sexual Abuse

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Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2004 by Plenum Publishing Corporation
Subject
Psychology; Sexual Behavior; Psychiatry; Clinical Psychology; Criminology and Criminal Justice, general
ISSN
1079-0632
eISSN
1573-286X
D.O.I.
10.1023/B:SEBU.0000043322.04467.43
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Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, Vol. 16, No. 4, October 2004 ( 2004) Guest Editors’ Introduction to the Special Issue on Australasian Research on Sexual Abuse 1,3 2 Tony Ward and Lynne Eccleston We were delighted when Howard Barbaree asked us to edit a special issue on Australasian research for Sexual Abuse. A chance, we thought, to showcase some of the exciting talent we have in this part of the world. However, once we got down to the task of selecting the papers to include in the special issue, a problem emerged. Rather than a lack of possible papers, there was simply too much good work going on in Australia and New Zealand to include in one issue. In the end we decided to pursue certain themes and to base the selection of work on three domains: etiology, cognition, and what we have termed, human goods. These themes seem to reflect much of the systematic or programmatic research occurring in the two countries, and in this sense are fairly representative. However, we apologize to the excellent researchers whose work was not selected and look forward to seeing it included in the next special edition of Sexual

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Published: Oct 19, 2004

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