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    Moral panic in the media: scapegoating South Asian men in cases of sexual exploitation and grooming

    Gill, A.K. and Day, Aviah (2020) Moral panic in the media: scapegoating South Asian men in cases of sexual exploitation and grooming. In: Ramon, S. and Lloyd, M. and Penhale, B. (eds.) Gendered Domestic Violence and Abuse in Popular Culture. Emerald. ISBN 9781838677824.

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    Abstract

    Book synopsis: As binge-watching and streaming lead to increasing amounts of content and screen time, understanding how domestic violence and abuse is portrayed in popular culture and its impact on DVA in our society is more important than ever. Amid current international attention on sexual harassment, abuse and exploitation initiated by the #MeToo movement, this collection demonstrates how networked communication is influencing activism, both online and in the real-world. The term gendered DVA recognises the wider gender inequality underpinning DVA, and intersecting inequalities such as race, social class, sexuality, age and disability. International contributors from Europe, the USA and Australia examine how DVA is represented in different media forms comprising film, television, newspapers, digital and social media, and TED lectures. The collection examines intimate partner abuse, child abuse, grooming and sexual exploitation, elder abuse and neglect, and abuse in LGBT relationships. Authors also analyse policy changes in relation to DVA, both progressive and regressive, together with topics such as moral panic in the media and trial by media. An in-depth and wide-ranging resource, this collection will be a valuable text for health and social care professionals, researchers, academics, undergraduate and postgraduate students, and people with lived experience of DVA.

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    Item Type: Book Section
    School: School of Law
    Depositing User: Administrator
    Date Deposited: 22 Mar 2021 10:52
    Last Modified: 22 Mar 2021 10:52
    URI: https://eprints.bbk.ac.uk/id/eprint/31245

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