Online Risk to Children brings together the most up-to-date theory, policy, and best practices for online child protection and abuse prevention.
Moves beyond offender assessment and treatment to discuss the impact of online abuse on children themselves, and the risks and vulnerabilities inherent in their constantly connected lives Global in scope, setting contributions from leading researchers and practitioners in the UK in international context via chapters from Australia, the USA and Europe. Key topics covered include cyberbullying, peer-oriented abuse, victim treatment approaches, international law enforcement strategies, policy responses, and the role of schools and industry
- Publication Date:
- 11 / 08 / 2017
- 1520 x 2290mm