The Secret Trauma: Incest in the Lives of Girls and Women

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Index
Abby, 126, 128, 230, 239-40
Absent parents, 290
Accuracy of interviewers, 35-36
Addiction models, 11
Adele, 130, 353
Adolescent pregnancy, 201
Adoptive father-daughter abuse, 88, 216, 233, 233n, 234, 367-68
Adoptive parents, 103
Afro-Americans, 86, 87, 110, 111, 175, 193, 249, 250, 252, 254, 388
Age disparity, 42-44, 47n, 49, 59, 65, 100, 202-3; in brother-sister abuse, 276, 279, 283-84, 292; and degree of trauma, 153- 54, 155; and female perpetrators, 303-4, 305; in first cousin abuse, 352-53; in stepfather-stepdaughter abuse, 263; table, 400; in uncle-niece abuse, 325
Age of perpetrator, 219-20; and degree of trauma, 152; in father-daughter abuse, 242; table, 152, 222
Age of victim, 99-100; in father-daughter abuse, 240-41; at first childbearing, 118; at onset of abuse, and degree of trauma, 151, 155; at time of interview, 118; and type of perpetrator, 227, 228
Age representation of sample, 27, 28-29, 29n
Age taboo, 263
Aileen, 361
Alcohol, 12, 133, 136
Allen, Charlotte Vale, 246
Amanda, 94, 127
Ambivalence, 358; in brother-sister abuse, 276-80; and trauma, 48
American Humane Association, 311
Amick, Angelynne, 19-20, 25, 67, 68
Angela, 95
Ann, see Lucas, Ann
Anonymity, 16
Armstrong, Louise, 91, 261
Asians, 110, 111, 114, 193, 194, 221n, 249, 254
Audrey, 131, 274-75
Aunts, 218
Authority figures, 23, 161, 189, 209
Aversion to sex, 168
Avoidance, 127
Babette, 229, 366-37
Babies, 34, 34n, 75
Background factors: and father-daughter abuse, 248-51; and uncle-niece abuse, 339-40. See also Family background; Social class; Social factors
Badgley, Robin, 71
Bagley, Christopher, 3, 155-56
Bank, Stephen, 293-95
Barbara, 44, 130, 135
Baron, 114n
Battered wives, 264. See also Wife abuse; Wife rape
Beach, Frank, 38
Beatrice, 299, 299n
Bell, A.P., 308
Bell, Jacqueline, 89, 127, 129-30, 131, 134, 204-11, 229-30
Benward, J., 100
Berliner, L., 390n
Bernadette, 131, 345
Beth, 363
Betrayal, 16, 167, 168, 170
Betty, 48-49
Beverly, 133
Bias, by Kinsey researchers, 6-8; by Harris Poll interviewers, 25
Biological vs. stepfather-daughter abuse, 103-5, 114, 204, 206-7, 216, 232-69, 388
Blockage, 260
Blood relationship, and degree of trauma, 150
Blue-collar workers, 106
Bonding: mother-daughter, 269, 385; stepfather-daughter, 262-63
Bonnie, 131, 284
Boys, sexually abused, 210, 297, 311
Breines, Wini, 3
Brenda, 344-45
Bribery, 229
Brigitte, 305
Brothers-in-law, 175-76, 223, 230, 343-46
Brother-sister abuse, 11, 38, 41, 42, 44, 47n, 48-49, 54, 182-83, 187, 215, 216-17, 218, 223, 227, 270-95, 306, 330, 331, 331n, 389; and degree of trauma, 149; vs. first cousin abuse, 349-50; reactions to, 358
Browne, A., 142, 143, 145, 147, 151, 167-70, 304
Brownmiller, Susan, 13
Burgess, Ann, 393
Butler, Sandra, 3, 4-5
Camille, 128, 236
Canada, 71

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