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The Problem of Sexual Assault i Finkelhor, Ormrod, and Turner (2007) refer to the different meanings and conceptualizations of the term revictimization. The authors note that in some studies the term revictimization has meant a connection between childhood victimization (CSA) and adult victimization (rape), two victimizations (repeat victimizations) in close proximity, and the recurrence of child maltreatment at the hands of the same perpetrator.
ii N not reported iii This report can be found at http://www.ojp.gov/bjs/pub/pdf/ svljri07.pdf iv Information retrieved from Office for Victims of Crime and can be accessed at: http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc/welcovc/scad/factshts.htm v See Abbey et al., 1996 vi Other sexual assault is defined as (1) forcible or violent sexual acts not involving intercourse with an adult or minor, (2) nonforcible sexual acts with a minor (such as statutory rape or incest with a minor), and (3) nonforcible sexual acts with someone unable to give legal or factual consent because of mental or physical defect or intoxication.
vii For more on this, go to The Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) http://www.atsa.com/index.html viii The 2002 survey included previously unrecorded individual practitioners, the removal of which would bring respondent totals similar to the 2000 numbers.
ix Risk assessment for nonsexual offenses was not determined in