"I never told anyone until the #metoo movement": What can we learn from sexual abuse and sexual assault disclosures made through social media?

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Summary of ""I never told anyone until the #metoo movement": What can we learn from sexual abuse and sexual assault disclosures made through social media?"

Social media is providing new avenues for survivors to disclose sexual abuse and/or assault. Since the creation of #MeToo (2017), and the larger MeToo movement founded by American activist Tarana Burke in 2006, millions are disclosing sexual assaults and past childhood sexual abuse on-line.


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Name: Child abuse & neglect
ISSN: 1873-7757
Pages: 104312


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