Female-Perpetrated Sex Abuse
Knowledge, Power, and the Cultural Conditions of Victimhood
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why victims of FSA remain so underexplored and invisible as objects of human science knowledge;
the limited and overly rigid discourses in local and global psychological theory and practice that continues to treat particular subjects as 'victim worthy' through paradigms that construct victimhood as gendered; and
the possibility of new discourses that could disrupt normative understandings of gender, sexuality, and power in sex abuse, and as constitutive to the beginnings of a counter-knowledge on transgressive sexualities.
By tracing the historical and cultural conditions of the emergence of FSA broadly and FSA victimhood specifically, Kramer illustrates how deeply engrained constructions of gender and sexuality both produce and constrain the possibilities for reporting, disclosing and self-identifying victimhood.
Female-Perpetrated Sex Abuse is essential reading for academics, researchers and students alike, in the areas of psychology, sociology, gender studies, criminology, counselling and social work.