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From the Publisher"All of the chapters are clearly written and heavily referenced. A valuable addition to the 'Childhood in America' series, which Olfman edits. . . . Highly recommended. Upper-division undergraduates through faculty and professionals; general readers."
"Although this volume is intended for nonacademic readers, it is worth the purchase price for the voluminous footnotes.
The authors are a diverse group who present ample evidence for their arguments. . . . I also read this as a mother and found it helpful as a launching pad for conversations I had been putting off."
Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
"The volume fully brings to one place the best and worst examples of the sexualization of children, and many chapters review up-to-date research."