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Model of Vulnerability for Sexual Victimization: Impact of Poor Attachment, Child Maltreatment, and Scarred Sexuality

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Sexual victimization has one of the highest repeat victimization rates of all types of crime with as many as two-thirds reporting revictimization. Extending previous research, the present study utilized structural equation modeling to examine effects of poor mother/child attachment, child neglect, juvenile sexual victimization, and Finkelhor and Browne’s (1985) proposed construct of traumatic sexualization on vulnerability to adult sexual victimization. Findings suggest that child neglect worsens with poor mother/child attachment, resulting in greater likelihood of juvenile sexual victimization (JSV); both neglect and JSV impact shaming sexual beliefs and behaviors. JSV and shaming sexual beliefs and behaviors contribute to the risk for adult sexual victimization. The network of variables accounted for 27 percent of the variance in adult sexual victimization.

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Reid, Joan. and Sullivan, Christopher. "Model of Vulnerability for Sexual Victimization: Impact of Poor Attachment, Child Maltreatment, and Scarred Sexuality" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ASC Annual Meeting, St. Louis Adam's Mark, St. Louis, Missouri, Nov 11, 2008 <Not Available>. 2014-11-30 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p255113_index.html>

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Reid, J. A. and Sullivan, C. , 2008-11-11 "Model of Vulnerability for Sexual Victimization: Impact of Poor Attachment, Child Maltreatment, and Scarred Sexuality" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ASC Annual Meeting, St. Louis Adam's Mark, St. Louis, Missouri Online <PDF>. 2014-11-30 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p255113_index.html

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Abstract: Sexual victimization has one of the highest repeat victimization rates of all types of crime with as many as two-thirds reporting revictimization. Extending previous research, the present study utilized structural equation modeling to examine effects of poor mother/child attachment, child neglect, juvenile sexual victimization, and Finkelhor and Browne’s (1985) proposed construct of traumatic sexualization on vulnerability to adult sexual victimization. Findings suggest that child neglect worsens with poor mother/child attachment, resulting in greater likelihood of juvenile sexual victimization (JSV); both neglect and JSV impact shaming sexual beliefs and behaviors. JSV and shaming sexual beliefs and behaviors contribute to the risk for adult sexual victimization. The network of variables accounted for 27 percent of the variance in adult sexual victimization.


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