Woodiwiss, Jo (2010) Why do women identify themselves as victims of childhood sexual abuse? The Guardian Newspaper. ISSN 0261-3077

Sociologist Jo Woodiwiss argues that a pervasive self-help culture has led women to look to the past for the causes of their troubles, sometimes inferring childhood sexual abuse from no more than a checklist of symptoms

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