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In the text:
Brackenbridge argues that "[t]he interpersonal dynamics of sexual abuse in sport are similar to those in other settings but exacerbated by some key situational differences" (Brackenbridge, 2008).
Full reference to insert at the bottom of the document:
Brackenbridge, C. (2008) Child Protection in Sport. Guide.
Community Care Inform Children [online].
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