Mothers of Incest Victims: Villains, Victims, or Protectors?
Fiche mise à jour le 20 décembre 2018
Mothers of Incest Victims: Villains, Victims, or Protectors?Résumé :
Traditional theoretical explanations of father–daughter incest overlook the fact that some mothers take protective action on behalf of their daughters, influenced by evidence that many do not take such action. Drawing from life-events theory, the authors offer alternative explanations for what appears to be nonprotective behavior. Suggestions for reducing the need for family disruption are offered.Mots clés libres :