Meeting Archive:
Perceptions of Child Sexual Abuse in the Caribbean: Overview of Research Findings

The slides and recording from this webinar have been posted on the website.



Meeting Description:

This webcast will present key findings from the 2009 UNICEF study of Child Sexual Abuse in the Caribbean. 

The webcast will consist of three 50 minute presentations with 10 minute breaks in between.  The topics are as follows:

  • Hour 1: Culturally Contexted Perceptions of Child Sexual Abuse:  An Overview of Research Findings
  • Hour 2: Patriarchy, Gender Inequality and Culture: Colliding dynamics in the Construction of Child Sexual Abuse in the Caribbean
  • Hour 3: Deconstructing Narratives of Child Abuse (Survivors' Voices)

For more information on Prof. Adele Jones, click here.

Date: Tue, Aug 3, 2010
Time: 09:00 AM EDT
Duration: 3 hours
Host(s): Sarita Hudson
 Presenter Information
Prof. Adele Jones, PhD
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Professor Adele Jones PhD, is Professor of Childhood Studies and  Director of the Centre for Applied Childhood Studies at the University of Huddersfield, UK where she heads a group of some 30 multi-disciplinary academics and PhD students who are involved in applied childhood research. She has previously worked at the University of The West Indies, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago; Manchester Metropolitan University and Royal Holloway, University of London.Professor Jones has extensive experience as a social work practitioner, researcher and social work educator specialising in the field of children’s rights and issues affecting vulnerable children and marginalized childhoods. More information.