Recent years have witnessed growing attention to the needs of rural victims and survivors of sexual violence. Rural providers of intervention and prevention services, researchers and policymakers increasingly see the sociocultural, economic and service structure characteristics of rural areas as unique. These characteristics have significant impact on service development and delivery related to sexual violence.
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