CSAS

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CSASChildhood Sexual Abuse Survivors
CSASCanadian Science Advisory Secretariat
CSASComputer Science and Applied Statistics
CSASCase School of Applied Science (various schools)
CSASCanadian Society of Animal Science
CSASClassen School of Advanced Studies (Oklahoma City, OK)
CSASCenter for the Study of the American South
CSASCanadian Stock Assessment Secretariat
CSASCentre of South Asian Studies (University of Cambridge)
CSASColorado Site Assessment Services (Denver, CO)
CSASCommand and Stability Augmentation System
CSASConfiguration Status Accounting System
CSASComputerized Status Accounting System (NASA)
CSASCorporate Source Authority System
CSASCombat Systems Aggregate Segment
CSASCriticality Safety Analysis Sequence
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Labour experiences of childhood sexual abuse survivors. Birth, 21(2), 13-220.
Reviews of recent research study on the parenting characteristics of women who were sexually abused as children explored the intergenerational transmission of abuse (cycle of abuse) and found that childhood sexual abuse survivors were more likely to use harsh physical discipline, to be more permissive as parents and have greater difficulties in establishing clear generational boundaries with their children (Dilillo and Damashek, 2003).
A large body of research has documented many negative psychological and social impacts of childhood sexual abuse survivors. Shame, stigma, and dependence on and disbelief of others have kept these crimes seriously underreported and undetected.
The therapeutic roller coaster: Dilemmas in the treatment of childhood sexual abuse survivors. Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research, 1, 351-370.
Although spiritual concepts may be underdeveloped for some abuse survivors, childhood sexual abuse survivors have reported that their spirituality helped them in the process of healing from their injuries (Gange-Fling, Veach, Kuang, & Houg, 2000).
Childhood sexual abuse survivors also avoid health care until it is absolutely essential.