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December 14, 2012

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Bill Patton

Those interested in the child and adolescent psychiatric evidence regarding re-traumatizing child victims through media contact and exposure might consult one of my recent articles, William Wesley Patton, The Psychiatric Implications of Media Ethics Code Policies Regarding the Publication of Child Abuse Victim Data: A Universal Deontological Model Code, 16 U.C. Davis J. of Juv. Law & Policy 427 (2012). Abuse victims can be traumatized by having to relive the traumatic event, from fear of publicity, and from actual publication of the facts surrounding their trauma.

Tamara Piety

Great post Michelle!

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