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Abuse Between Young People


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Section 1:Setting the scene: peer-on-peer abuse and contextual investigation 1. Introduction 2. The challenge we face: the nature of peer-on-peer abuse 3. Definitions, theory and methodology Section 2: The contexts associated with peer-on-peer abuse 4. 'I blame the parents' 5. I get by with a little help from my friends 6. Education, education, education 7. There's no place like home Section 3: The implications of a contextual account of peer-on-peer abuse 8. Location, location, location 9. A contextual account of choice 10. Agency and dependency: a contextual account of childhood 11. Conclusion: towards contextual safeguarding References Appendix Index

About the Author

Carlene Firmin, MBE, is a Principal Research Fellow at `The International Centre: Researching Child Sexual Exploitation, Violence and Trafficking' at the University of Bedfordshire, UK

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