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In response to public and political concern about the sexual abuse of children, the Department of Health commissioned a feasibility study for a national survey of the prevalence of child sexual abuse. This report documents the work and conclusions of that study, which addresses a number of methodological, procedural and ethical issues, including the problems of definition, context, approach and presentation. A total of 25 in-depth interviews and 127 survey interviews were carried out.
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