Prevalence and long-term impact of child sexual abuse among a sample of male college students in Jordan
ResumenThe prevalence of the contact form of child sexual abuse [CSA] among a sample of male college students in Jordan was examined. The relationship between CSA and adult mental health was also assessed. The experiences of 100 male college students 18-20 years of age were assessed individually with two questionnaires, the Arabic version of the General Health Questionnaire and the Arabic translation of a self-administered questionnaire for the contact form of CSA. Regarding prevalence, 27% of the students had a history of CSA before 14 years. Those who had experienced CSA had more mental health problems than those who had not
Jumaian, A. (2001). Prevalence and long-term impact of child sexual abuse among a sample of male college students in Jordan. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/119037
EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 7 (3), 435-440, 2001
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