In the publication, The impacts of institutional child sexual abuse: A rapid review of the evidence, which of these were found to be true?
A. Institutional child sexual abuse is often more severe, more likely to occur over longer periods of time and more likely to involve multiple offenders
B. Intitutional abuse is characterized by relationship dynamics of betrayal, secrecy, exploitation of power, and contexts in which disclosure is considered prohibited to the victim
C. Institutional abuse may also contribute to secondary and vicarious trauma for family members, friends, partners, children and support workers involved with victims/survivors in both the immediate aftermath of abuse and many years later
D. All of the above
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