Mary de Young

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Mary de Young is a professor of sociology at Grand Valley State University, where from 2000 to 2003 she served as the head of the sociology department. She has published a variety of works in the area of child sexual abuse, including five books, several book chapters, and more than 35 peer-reviewed journal papers.

In 1989, she reviewed the literature published by MAP organizations for public dissemination, in an article called "The world according to NAMBLA: Accounting for deviance." She identified numerous strategies including the "denial of injury" and "adoption of value-neutral terminology".[1]

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References and full paper

  1. de Young, Mary (1989). "The World According to NAMBLA: Accounting for Deviance". Backup copy. Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare. 16 (1): 111–26. Retrieved 2008-10-20.