Written by leading experts in the field, this timely collection highlights current strategies and thinking in relation to prevention of sexual violence and critically considers the limitations of these frameworks.
Combining psychological, criminological, sociological and legal perspectives, it explores academic, practitioner and survivor points of view. It addresses broad themes, from cultures of sexual harassment to the role of media in oversexualising women and girls, as well as specific issues including violence against children and older people.
For researchers, practitioners and students alike, this is an invaluable resource that maps new approaches for practice and prevention.
This chapter will provide a summary of the key themes applicable to all chapter contributions and will particularly focus on: implications for practice and recommendations for priority areas related to preventing sexual violence for both academic and practitioner audiences.
This chapter provides a critical overview of historical and contemporary approaches to preventing sexual violence. It also presents an overview of all chapters, outlining their contribution to the field and provide a clear message related to the coherence of the book.