Credible : why we doubt accusers and protect abusers / Deborah Tuerkheimer.
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- ISBN: 0063002744
- ISBN: 9780063002746
- Physical Description: x, 309 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: New York, NY : HarperCollins Publishers, 
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Sexual misconduct accusations spark competing claims: her word against his. How do we decide who is telling the truth? The answer comes down to credibility. But as this book reveals, invisible forces warp the credibility judgments of even the well-intentioned among us. We are all shaped by a set of false assumptions and hidden biases embedded in our culture, our legal system, and our psyches. The #MeToo movement has exposed how victims have been badly served by a system that is designed not to protect them, but instead to protect the status quo.
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