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A Historical and Theoretical Look at Ritual Abuse Laws Part II: Applying an Integrated Conflict Model Analysis to the Idaho Baby X Case

@article{Hodges2008AHA,
  title={A Historical and Theoretical Look at Ritual Abuse Laws Part II: Applying an Integrated Conflict Model Analysis to the Idaho Baby X Case},
  author={Stan H. Hodges and Jason S. Ulsperger},
  journal={Free inquiry in creative sociology},
  year={2008},
  volume={36},
  pages={95-102}
}
This article is the second that examines the social construction of ritual abuse statutes that uses the Integrated Conflict Model of law formation. Using content analysis findings based on a qualitative, historical phenomenological interpretation, this piece examines the formation of ritual abuse law in Idaho. Examining circumstances surrounding the satanic panic that took place in the mid-1980s to early 1990s, the article supports the idea that the formation of ritual abuse laws involves… Expand

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