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Presentation
Journeys After Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Phenomenological Study in a Frontier Region
18th Annual Shepard Symposium on Social Justice (2014)
  • Brittany R Wienholz, University of Wyoming
Abstract
About 10% of the U.S population will experience child sexual abuse. This paper presentation will review the literature regarding survivors’ healing journeys and a qualitative research study design that utilizes feminist theory in order to promote justice for oppressed groups. Preliminary findings from the study will be presented.
Keywords
  • child sexual abuse,
  • adult survivors,
  • healing,
  • recovery,
  • resilience,
  • frontier,
  • rural,
  • ecological systems theory,
  • feminist theory
Disciplines
Publication Date
April, 2014
Citation Information
Brittany R Wienholz. "Journeys After Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Phenomenological Study in a Frontier Region" 18th Annual Shepard Symposium on Social Justice (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/brittany_wienholz/3/