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'What fear is like': The Legacy of Trauma, Safety, and Security after the 1977 Girl Scout Murders
On June 13, 1977 at a Girl Scout camp near Locust Grove, Oklahoma, three young campers were raped and murdered on the first night of summer camp. Local and state authorities searched nine months for a local man, Gene Leroy ...
Responding to Rape: Contesting the Meanings of Sexual Violence in the United States, 1950-1980
Between 1950 and 1980, extraordinary and unprecedented changes occurred in the legal, medical, and social understandings and responses to sexual violence against women in the United States. These changes were largely driven ...