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Roberts, J. A., & Miltenberger, R. G. (1999). Emerging issues in the research on child sexual abuse prevention. Education & Treatment of Children,2(1).

This study examines the prevention methods used by communities and educators in schools in order to teach children about the dangers of sexual predators and sexual abuse. By looking at various samples and how different age groups learn in comparison to others on this subject, this study looked to suggest new ways of learning, as well as encourage parents to take initiative in educating their children as well as schools. This is important to online predator research, as well as the obscenity research being conducted, because when paired together, more efficient and up to date prevention methods can be created in the future to teach children.