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Perceptions of male victim blame in a child sexual abuse case : effects of gender, age and need for closure

Bibliographic reference Esnard, Catherine ; Dumas, Rafaele. Perceptions of male victim blame in a child sexual abuse case : effects of gender, age and need for closure. In: Psychology, Crime and Law, Vol. 19, no.9, p. 817-844 (2013)
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