The Politics of Child Sexual Abuse: Emotion, Social Movements, and the State

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By taking a look at the vast transformation in the movement against child sexual abuse that took place from the 1970s until now, Nancy Whittier obseres and explains the ways in which activists influence society. Whittier is the first to provide a comprehensive picture of how the movement emerged as a fringe movement, entered the mainstrean, and ultimatelty had a profound effect on the political and cultural landscape.