Review of Female-Perpetrated Sex Abuse: Knowledge, Power, and the Cultural Conditions of Victimhood by Sherianne Kramer. Routledge. 2017. Review by Isaac Gustafsson Wood, University of Southampton, UK.
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‘I can speak for myself’: Father Paquin’s Confession in Spotlight (2015)
by Darren Kerr, Southampton Solent University, UK. Just a little over half way through Tom McCarthy’s Spotlight (2015), door-to-door investigations are taking place. Noted in the screenplay as ‘the summer victim montage’, evidence of paedophilia in the Catholic Church is building and stories of abuse victims are coming through. The rolling notes of Howard Shore’s … Continue reading ‘I can speak for myself’: Father Paquin’s Confession in Spotlight (2015)