Child Protection in Voluntary Sports Clubs in Germany: Factors Fostering Engagement in the Prevention of Sexual Violence

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Child Protection in Voluntary Sports Clubs in Germany : Factors Fostering Engagement in the Prevention of Sexual Violence. / Rulofs, Bettina; Feiler, Svenja; Rossi, Lea; Hartmann-Tews, Ilse; Breuer, Christoph.

in: Children & Society, Jahrgang 33, Nr. 3, 05.2019, S. 270-285.

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abstract = "Based on the theoretical framework of organisational capacity and using data from an online survey of 8571 sports clubs in Germany, this study investigates clubs{\textquoteright} engagement towards child protection and the prevention of sexual violence. Only half of the clubs indicate that the prevention of sexual violence is a relevant topic for them, and on average, the clubs have implemented between two and three prevention measures. Pertaining to organisational capacity, human resource capacity (e.g. share of volunteers, share of women on the board) and structural capacity (e.g. club culture) exhibit significant effects on clubs{\textquoteright} activation towards child protection.",
keywords = "child abuse, child protection, organised sport, sexual violence, sports organisations",
author = "Bettina Rulofs and Svenja Feiler and Lea Rossi and Ilse Hartmann-Tews and Christoph Breuer",
year = "2019",
month = may,
doi = "10.1111/chso.12322",
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AU - Breuer, Christoph

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