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Argues that rhetoric about the moral corruption of children speaks to an ongoing parental concern: that children will fail to replicate or exceed their parents' social position. This book argues that the rhetoric of morality is more than symbolic and goes beyond efforts to control mass behavior.
Nicola Beisel is Associate Professor of Sociology at Northwestern University.
Winner of Distinguished Scholarship Award of the Collective Behavior and Social Movement Section of the American Sociological Association 1998 (United States).
Nicola Kay Beisel
Princeton University Press
Date of Publication
Social Issues, Services & Welfare
Princeton Studies in American Politics: Historical, International, and Comparative Perspectives