The other day, as you do, I had a look in Google Books to see if anyone had referenced it and found three instances:
The New Early Years Professional: Dilemmas and Debates edited by Angela D. Nurse
Sex Offenders and the Internet by Dennis Howitt & Kerry Sheldon
Understanding Women and Child Sexual Abuse: Feminist revolutions in theory, research and practice by Sam Warner
I even found that Angela Nurse had quoted a short passage that gives the argument of my chapter:
the chastening truth is that child abuse has always been known about and talked about, that the willingness amongst the public and professionals to do something about it has waxed and waned through the years, and it is by no means clear that professionals have always been on the more admirable side of the argument.