Year 2018, Volume 2, Issue 4, Pages 215 - 222 2018-12-24

Identifying Pedophilia
Pedofiliyi Tanımak

Esra Nihan Bridge [1] , Nesrin Duman [2]

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Pedophilia, derived from Greek words philia of pedeiktos meaning erotic love of children (Seto, 2002) includes using children as a sexual excitement object to reach gratification. In most cultures children are not deemed as mature enough to make decisions about sexual intercourse. In this regard, child sexual abuse is not only intolerable, but is also sanctioned in many societies. Pedophilia is considered a controversial and unpleasant subject for many clinicians; therefore, most of them avoid conducting research on this topic. In the literature, there is no absolute and consistent classification and also diagnostic criteria of pedophile has changed over time. Although different theories such as psychoanalytic, attachment and Ferenczi’s trauma theory propose some explanations regarding the reasons for pedophilia, there is no satisfactory elucidation about this topic. Pedophilia is a multidisciplinary concern and requires a bio-psycho-socio-legal plan for intervention, it is crucial to conduct research by collaboration of various disciplines and understand this subject is important and necessary to address this issue. This current study is an attempt to understand pedophilia by looking from different perspectives.

Çocuklara yönelik erotik sevgi anlamına gelen Yunanca “pedeiktos” (çocuk) ve “philia” (sevgi) sözcüklerinden gelen pedofili (Seto, 2002), çocukların cinsel uyarım nesnesi olarak kullanılmasını içerir. Çoğu kültürde, çocuklar cinsel ilişki hakkında karar vermek için yeterince olgun olarak kabul edilmezler. Bu bağlamda, çocuk cinsel istismarı sadece tahammül edilemez olarak görülmekle kalmaz, aynı zamanda pek çok toplumda cezai yaptırıma da bağlanırr. Pedofili birçok klinisyen için tartışmalı ve hoş olmayan bir konu olarak kabul edilir; bu nedenle, çoğu klinisyen bu konuda araştırma yapmaktan kaçınır. Literatürde, pedofili için mutlak ve tutarlı bir sınıflandırma bulunmamaktadır. Aynı zamanda pedofili tanı kriterlerinin de zaman içerisinde değiştiği görülmektedir. Psikanalitik, bağlanma ve Ferenczi'nin travma teorisi gibi farklı teoriler pedofilinin nedenlerine ilişkin bazı açıklamalar önermesine rağmen, bu konu hakkında tatmin edici bir açıklama yoktur. Pedofili çok disiplinli bir meseledir ve biyo-psiko-sosyo-yasal bir müdahale planı gerektirmektedir, Pedofili konusunun ele alınmasında çeşitli disiplinlerin işbirliği ile araştırma yapması ve konuyu anlaması çok önemli ve gereklidir. Bu çalışma, farklı perspektiflerden bakılarak pedofiliyi anlama girişimidir.

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Primary Language en
Subjects Psychology
Journal Section Volume:2, Issue:4 December
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0001-5600-3129
Author: Esra Nihan Bridge
Institution: İstanbul Kadıköy Rehberlik ve Araştırma Merkezi
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0002-2751-8315
Author: Nesrin Duman (Primary Author)
Institution: Bartın University
Country: Turkey


Bibtex @review { ybpd455350, journal = {Yaşam Becerileri Psikoloji Dergisi}, issn = {2587-1536}, eissn = {2587-1536}, address = {Muhammed YILDIZ}, year = {2018}, volume = {2}, pages = {215 - 222}, doi = {10.31461/ybpd.455350}, title = {Identifying Pedophilia}, key = {cite}, author = {Bridge, Esra Nihan and Duman, Nesrin} }
APA Bridge, E , Duman, N . (2018). Identifying Pedophilia. Yaşam Becerileri Psikoloji Dergisi, 2 (4), 215-222. DOI: 10.31461/ybpd.455350
MLA Bridge, E , Duman, N . "Identifying Pedophilia". Yaşam Becerileri Psikoloji Dergisi 2 (2018): 215-222 <http://dergipark.org.tr/ybpd/issue/37772/455350>
Chicago Bridge, E , Duman, N . "Identifying Pedophilia". Yaşam Becerileri Psikoloji Dergisi 2 (2018): 215-222
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