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Painful times: the emergence and campaigning of parents against injustice in 1980s Britain

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In July 1985 Steve and Susan Amphlett established Parents Against Injustice (PAIN) to support and represent parents falsely accused of child abuse. The Amphletts ran the organization from their own home, and struggled to gain funding, before closing PAIN in 1999. PAIN was to an extent a reflection of the ‘new politics’ of identity and lifestyle, concurrent with the rise of New Social Movements, as falsely accused parents utilized communication technologies to make their experiences public, an...

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10.1093/tcbh/hwv024

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
Humanities Division
Department:
History
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Oxford University Press
Journal:
Twentieth Century British History More from this journal
Volume:
26
Issue:
3
Pages:
450-476
Publication date:
2015-07-27
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1477-4674
ISSN:
0955-2359
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English
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pubs:987880
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uuid:0a94b009-aee9-4309-8849-2a9363d184fa
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987880
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2019-05-10

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