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Sexueller Kindesmissbrauch und die Nutzung von Missbrauchsabbildungen

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Die sexuelle Ausbeutung von Kindern und Jugendlichen umfasst ein breites Spektrum sexueller Missbrauchshandlungen. Aber auch durch die Verbreitung und Nutzung von Abbildungen dieser Handlungen (sog. Missbrauchsabbildungen) werden Kinder sexuell ausgebeutet. Zur Darstellung kommen Häufigkeiten, strafrechtliche Bewertung und Opferfolgen dieser Handlungen, die zum größten Teil im sog. Dunkelfeld stattfinden, d. h. den Ermittlungsbehörden bzw. der Justiz nicht bekannt werden. Zur Beschreibung dieses fremdschädigenden Verhaltens wird das Konzept der Dissexualität eingeführt sowie ein Einblick in verursacherbezogene Erklärungsmodelle für sexuellen Kindesmissbrauch und die Nutzung von Missbrauchsabbildungen ermöglicht. Hieraus ergibt sich, das sexuelle Interesse an Kindern im Sinne einer Pädophilie bzw. Hebephilie im Rahmen eines multimodalen präventiven Behandlungsansatzes als stabilen Einflussfaktor maßgeblich zu beachten.

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Kuhle, L.F., Oezdemir, U., Beier, K.M. (2018). Sexueller Kindesmissbrauch und die Nutzung von Missbrauchsabbildungen. In: Beier, K. (eds) Pädophilie, Hebephilie und sexueller Kindesmissbrauch. Psychotherapie: Manuale. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-56594-0_2

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