- Title Pages
- List of figures and tables
- Notes on contributors
- Editor’s acknowledgements
1Bringing theory home: thinking about child sexual exploitation
2Moving beyond discourses of agency, gain and blame: reconceptualising young people’s experiences of sexual exploitation
3Child sexual exploitation, discourse analysis and why we still need to talk about prostitution
4Contextual Safeguarding: theorising the contexts of child protection and peer abuse
5‘Losing track of morality’: understanding online forces and dynamics conducive to child sexual exploitation
6Understanding adolescent development in the context of child sexual exploitation
7Some psychodynamic understandings of child sexual exploitation
8Understanding trauma and its relevance to child sexual exploitation
9Social support, empathy and ecology: a theoretical underpinning for working with young people who have suffered child sexual abuse or exploitation
10Using an intersectional lens to examine the child sexual exploitation of black adolescents
11What’s gender got to do with it? Sexual exploitation of children as patriarchal violence
12Understanding models of disability to improve responses to children with learning disabilities
13Some concluding thoughts
- Child Sexual Exploitation: Why Theory Matters
- Jenny Pearce
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