A Critical Analysis of the Rhetoric of Child Sexual Abuse
Identifies rhetorical strategies and uses them to identify patterns in the discourse of survivors and abusers. The ultimate goal is to analyze the discourse surrounding sexual abuse in an attempt to shift the rhetorical emphasis from misunderstanding and blame to understanding and affirmation.
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THE PROBLEM OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
HISTORY AND EFFECTS
STORIES OF THE SURVIVORS
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