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vii, 342 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Introduction-- Sexual coercion on campus: The impact of victimization on the educational experiences of Canadian women-- Its not about one bad apple: The 2007 York University Vanier residence rapes-- Campus violence, Indigenous women, & the policy void-- The rape chant at Saint Marys University: The convergence of alcohol, business, & sport cultures-- Precarious masculinity & rape culture in Canadian university sport-- Violent bodies in campus cyberspaces-- Women as experts: Origins & developments of METRACs campus safety audit-- A critical analysis of the report Student Safety in Nova Scotia: Co-creating a vision & language for safer & socially just campus communities-- Theory becomes practice: The Bystander Initiative at the University of Windsor-- The Coalition Against Sexual Assault: Activism then & now at the University of Saskatchewan-- Collective conversations, collective action: York Universitys sexual assault survivors support line & students organizing for campus safety-- Tipping the iceberg: Positionality & male privilege in addressing sexual violence against women-- From reacting to preventing: Addressing sexual violence on campus by engaging community partners-- Why theory matters: Using philosophical resources to develop university practices & policies regarding sexual violence-- Responding to sexual assault on campus: What can Canadian universities learn from U.S. law & policy?-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781771122832 20171009
At least one in four women attending college or university will be sexually assaulted by the time they graduate. Beyond this staggering statistic, recent media coverage of rape chants at Saint Marys University, misogynistic Facebook posts from Dalhousie Universitys dental school, and highprofile incidents of sexual violence at other Canadian universities point to a widespread culture of rape on university campuses and reveal universities failure to address sexual violence. As university administrations are called to task for their cover-ups and misguided responses, a national conversation has opened about the need to address this pressing social problem. This book takes up the topic of sexual violence on campus and explores its causes and consequences as well as strategies for its elimination. Drawing together original case studies, empirical research, and theoretical writing from scholars and community and campus activists, this interdisciplinary collection charts the costs of campus sexual violence on students and university communities, the efficacy of existing university sexual assault policies and institutional responses, and historical and contemporary forms of activism associated with campus sexual violence.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781771122832 20171009
Education Library (Cubberley)
Book
ix, 130 pages ; 24 cm.
  • 1. Preventing Sexual Assault on College Campuses 2. Prevalence and Institutional and Economic Costs of Campus Sexual Assault 3. Emotional and Psychological Consequences of Sexual Violence 4. Etiology of Sexual Assault Perpetration 5. Evaluation of Prior Efforts to Address Campus Violence 6. Bystander Prevention and Education Programs 7. Broader Impacts of Challenging Rape Supportive Beliefs: Support for Survivor 8. Social Psychological Theory to Inform Sexual Assault Prevention Programming 9. Concluding Thoughts and Recommendations.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138940802 20170130
Sexual assault continues to be a problem on college campuses despite greater attention to reducing rates of assault and an increased presence in the public discourse. Programming has been historically directed towards women by providing them with information about how to keep themselves safe rather than confronting a climate conducive to sexual violence. This important volume illuminates the urgency of combating sexual violence on college campuses. The authors depict in detail empirically supported approaches to combating climates conducive to sexual violence and ways to empower all members of the campus community to actively prevent sexual violence.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138940802 20170130
Education Library (Cubberley)
Book
xii, 308 pages ; 23 cm
  • Preface Chapter 1: Violence Against Women Act. Chapter 2: Summary of the 12 Risk Factors. Chapter 3: The Seven C's and Doing Prevention Well Chapter 4: Objectification and Depersonalization Chapter 5: Obsessive or Addictive Pornography/Sex Focus Chapter 6: Threats and Ultimatums Chapter 7: Misogynistic Ideology Chapter 8: Grooming Behaviors Chapter 9: Using Substances to Obtain Sex Chapter 10: Hardened or Inflexible Point of View Chapter 11: Pattern of Escalating Threat Chapter 12: Lack of Empathy Chapter 13: Sensation Seeking Behaviors Chapter 14: Obsessive and/or Addictive Thoughts or Behaviors Chapter 15: Past Experiences Chapter 16: Consent Chapter 17: Climate Surveys Chapter 18: Future Directions Afterward References Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138960626 20170130
With national conversation turned toward sexual assault on college campuses, knowing how to identify, prevent, and address these incidents in a safe, and productive way is essential for administrators and faculty. Uprooting Sexual Violence in Higher Education provides colleges and universities with a foundational understanding of twelve risk factors related to sexual assault, stalking, and intimate partner violence. By presenting a blend of theory, research, and the personal reflections of professionals 'on the front lines, ' this book provides insights into the motivations, attitudes, and behaviors behind sexual assault on campus, as well as strategies for mitigating these risk factors in an effort to tailor prevention efforts. Whether you are seeking a way to navigate the recent regulations on sexual violence from the federal government or merely wish to safeguard the welfare of students on your campus, this book will provide the neccesary, and invaluable foundation you need to empower, respect, and support all students.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138960626 20170130
Education Library (Cubberley)
Book
xix, 212 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Contents Foreword - Rachel Alicia Griffin Preface - Sara Carrigan Wooten & Roland W. Mitchell Acknowledgements Part I. Students as Partners and Stakeholders * Blending Victim Advocacy and Violence Prevention when Training Student Volunteers on College Campuses - Traci Thomas-Card & Katie Eichele * An Academic Credit Model for Training Hearing Panels - Chris Loschiavo * A Question of Consent: Engaging Men in Making Responsible Sexual Decisions - Beverly McPhail Part II. Challenging Assumptions about Race, Gender, and Sexuality * Examining Bystander Intervention in the Wake of #BlackLivesMatter and #TransLivesMatter - Adriane Bang, Annie Kerrick & Christian K. Wuthrich * Powerful or Playful? A Case Study of Walk a Mile in Her Shoes - Kristina Kamis & Susan Iverson Part III. Ending Rape Culture as a Campus-Wide Mission * Creating a Culture Shift in Response to Sexual Violence on College Campuses - Matthew R. Shupp, Stephanie Erdice & Cecil Howard * The Role of Campus-Based Advocacy and Prevention Professionals in Campus Culture Change - Lauren "LB" Klein, Jill Dunlap & Andrew Rizzo * A Community Approach to Sustainable Sexual Assault Prevention Strategies - Mary Geller & Lori Klapperich * Building a Comprehensive Violence Prevention Program: Five Lessons Learned While Striving for Success - Jennifer L. Graham, Melissa D. Gerrior & Carrie L. Cook Afterword: The Anti-Campus Sexual Assault Activism Movement Under Title IX - Laura L. Dunn List of Contributors Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138689206 20170306
Amid the ongoing national conversation regarding campus sexual assault, this book thoughtfully explores existing programmatic interventions while wrestling with fundamental questions regarding the cultural shifts in our nation's higher education institutions. Stressing the critical importance of student inclusion in policy decisions and procedures, scholars and experts provide complex and nuanced analyses of institutional practices, while exploring themes of race, sexuality, and sexual freedom. This volume addresses many of the unanswered questions in the present dialogue on campus sexual violence, including: What's working and not working? How can outcomes be assessed or measured? What resources are needed to ensure success? This volume provides a truly fresh contribution for higher education and student affairs practitioners seeking to alter, design, or implement effective sexual assault prevention resources at their universities and colleges.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138689206 20170306
Education Library (Cubberley)

5. It happened here [2014]

Video
1 videodisc (75 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical. Digital: video file; DVD video.
A feature-length documentary about the alarming pervasiveness of sexual assault on college campuses, the impact on the student, her family and the institution, and the burgeoning movement of student survivors coming forth and taking action against their schools on campus and in federal court.
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Book
xv, 126 pages ; 24 cm
  • What we don't know about campus sexual assault
  • The paradox of embodied agency
  • Managing identity
  • Telling friends and family
  • Seeking justice
  • The beautiful process of empowerment
  • Agency and campus sexual assault.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xiv, 351 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
  • Before
  • How it happened
  • Trauma and betrayal
  • Healing and everyday activism
  • Declarations of independence
  • Rights and resources.
"From young activists at the forefront of the movement to end sexual assault on college campuses, a collection of survivor stories that will connect with students and inform and inspire us all Across the U.S. student activists are exposing a pervasive cover-up of sexual assault on college campuses. Every day more survivors come forward. But other survivors choose not to. We Believe You elevates the stories the headlines about this issue have been missing--more than 30 experiences of trauma, healing and everyday activism, representing a diversity of races, economic and family backgrounds, gender identities, immigration statuses, interests, capacities and loves. More than 1 in 5 women and 5 percent of men are sexually assaulted at college, a shocking status quo that might have stayed largely hidden and unaddressed but for the two authors of We Believe You. In 2013, Annie E. Clark and Andrea L. Pino, then 23 and 20, building on the work of earlier activists, outed themselves as assault survivors and filed a federal complaint against the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) for mishandling such crimes; within a month, the U.S. government began to investigate UNC. Within a year, dozens of colleges were under federal investigation. But Clark and Pino rightly see themselves as two among many. Students from every kind of college and university--large and small, public and private, highly selective and less so--are sounding alarms and staking claims to justice by filing complaints, by pressing charges, and by simply living beyond the effects of assault and the betrayals of their schools. A sampling of their voices speak out in this book"-- Provided by publisher.
Education Library (Cubberley)
Book
xviii, 333 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Violence against women on college campuses has remained underreported and often under addressed by both campus security and local law enforcement, as well as campus administrators. The researchers, practitioners, and activists who contribute to this pertinent volume Addressing Violence Against Women on College Campuses examine the extent, nature, dynamic and contexts of violence against women at institutions of higher education.This book is designed to facilitate an ongoing discussion and provide direction on how best to prevent and investigate violence against women, and intervene to assist victims while reducing the impact of these crimes. Chapters detail the necessary changes and implications that are part of Title IX and other federal legislation and initiatives as well as the effect these changes have had for higher education actors, including campus administrators, victim advocates, and student activists. The contributors also explore the importance of campus efforts to estimate the extent of violence against women; educating young men and women on the nature of sexual and dating violence; and shifting efforts to both make offenders accountable for their crimes and prompt all bystanders to act. Addressing Violence Against Women on College Campuses urgently argues to make violence prevention is not separate from but rather an integral part of the student experience. Contributors include: Antonia Abbey, Joanne Belknap, Ava Blustein, Stephanie Bonnes, Alesha Cameron, Sarah L. Cook, Walter S. DeKeseredy. Helen Eigenberg, Kate Fox, Christopher P. Krebs, Jennifer Leili, Christine Lindquist, Sarah McMahon, Caitlyn Meade, Christine Mouton, Matt R. Nobles, Callie Marie Rennison, Meredith M. Smith, Carmen Suarez, and the editors.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781439913765 20170731
Education Library (Cubberley)
Book
xvii, 341 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Background and history
  • Problems, controversies, and solutions
  • Perspectives
  • Profiles
  • Data and documents
  • Resources
  • Chronology.
This invaluable reference text thoroughly examines the alarming epidemic of campus sexual assault, including a discussion of laws, high-profile cases, controversies, and proposed solutions.* Provides coverage of a timely topic that helps contextualize the issue by providing historical background and contemporary analysis of key events, laws, people, and controversies* Presents perspectives from individuals with firsthand experience with the issue of campus sexual assault, including a Title IX investigator, a college counselor, a sexual assault nurse, as well as community advocates and survivors* Explores strategies and changes that could serve to prevent assaults from occurring.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781440841392 20170724
Education Library (Cubberley)
Book
iii, 86 pages ; 24 cm.
Green Library
Book
1 online resource (145 pages)
  • What we don't know about campus sexual assault
  • The paradox of embodied agency
  • Managing identity
  • Telling friends and family
  • Seeking justice
  • The beautiful process of empowerment
  • Agency and campus sexual assault.
Book
xv, 126 pages ; 24 cm
  • What we don't know about campus sexual assault
  • The paradox of embodied agency
  • Managing identity
  • Telling friends and family
  • Seeking justice
  • The beautiful process of empowerment
  • Agency and campus sexual assault.
A 2014 report issued by the White House Council on Women and Girls included the alarming statistic that one in five female college students in the United States experience some form of campus sexual assault. Despite more than fifty years of anti-rape activism and over two decades of federal legislation regarding campus sexual violence, sexual assault on American college and university campuses remains prevalent, under-reported, and poorly understood. A principle reason for this lack of understanding is that the voices of women who have experienced campus sexual assault have been largely absent from academic discourse about the issue. In Campus Sexual Assault, Lauren J. Germain focuses attention on the post-sexual assault experiences of twenty-six college women. She reframes conversations about sexual violence and student agency on American college campuses by drawing insight directly from the stories of how survivors responded individually to attacks, as well as how and why peers, family members, and school, medical, and civil authorities were (or were not) engaged in addressing the crimes. Germain weaves together women's narratives to show the women not as victims per se, but as individuals with the power to overcome these traumatic experiences. Aimed at students, parents, faculty members, university leaders, service providers, and lawmakers, Campus Sexual Assault seeks to put an end to the silence around sexual trauma by giving voice to those closest to it and providing tools for others to hear with-and to act on.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781421419053 20160619
Education Library (Cubberley)
Book
x, 372 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : color illustrations, map ; 24 cm
Girl in the Woods is Aspen Matis's exhilarating true-life adventure of hiking from Mexico to Canada-a coming of age story, a survival story, and a triumphant story of overcoming emotional devastation. On her second night of college, Aspen was raped by a fellow student. Overprotected by her parents who discouraged her from telling of the attack, Aspen was confused and ashamed. Dealing with a problem that has sadly become all too common on college campuses around the country, she stumbled through her first semester-a challenging time made even harder by the coldness of her college's "conflict mediation" process. Her desperation growing, she made a bold decision: She would seek healing in the freedom of the wild, on the 2,650-mile Pacific Crest Trail leading from Mexico to Canada. In this inspiring memoir, Aspen chronicles her journey, a five-month trek that was ambitious, dangerous, and transformative. A nineteen-year-old girl alone and lost, she conquered desolate mountain passes and met rattlesnakes, bears, and fellow desert pilgrims. Exhausted after each thirty-mile day, at times on the verge of starvation, Aspen was forced to confront her numbness, coming to terms with the sexual assault and her parents' disappointing reaction. On the trail and on her own, she found that survival is predicated on persistent self-reliance. She found her strength. After a thousand miles of solitude, she found a man who helped her learn to love and trust again-and heal. Told with elegance and suspense, Girl in the Woods is a beautifully rendered story of eroding emotional and physical boundaries to reveal the truths that lie beyond the edges of the map.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780062291066 20161219
Girl in the Woods is Aspen Matis s exhilarating true-life adventure of hiking from Mexico to Canada a coming-of-age story, a survival story, and a triumphant story of overcoming emotional devastation. On her second night of college, Aspen was raped by a fellow student. Overprotected by her parents who discouraged her from speaking of the attack, Aspen was confused and ashamed. Dealing with a problem that has sadly become all too common on college campuses around the country, she stumbled through her first semester a challenging time made even harder by the coldness of her college s conflict mediation process. Her desperation growing, she made a bold decision: She would seek healing in the freedom of the wild, on the 2,650-mile Pacific Crest Trail leading from Mexico to Canada.In this inspiring memoir, Aspen chronicles her journey, a five-month trek that was ambitious, dangerous, and transformative. A nineteen-year-old girl alone and lost, she conquered desolate mountain passes and met rattlesnakes, bears, and fellow desert pilgrims. Exhausted after each thirty-mile day, at times on the verge of starvation, Aspen was forced to confront her numbness, coming to terms with the sexual assault and her parents disappointing reaction. On the trail she found her strength, and after a thousand miles of solitude, she found a man who helped her learn to love and trust again and heal.".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780062390615 20161219
Green Library
Book
vii, 370 pages ; 24 cm
  • Introduction
  • The foundations of the frenzy
  • Misleading through statistics
  • The realities of "rape culture"
  • Denying due process
  • Media malpractice
  • The witch-hunt mentality
  • College athletes : myths and realities
  • The witch hunt intensifies
  • From campus to criminal law
  • A new generation's contempt for civil rights
  • Conclusion.
In recent years, politicians led by President Obama and prominent senators and governors have teamed with extremists on campus to portray our nation's campuses as awash in a violent crime wave and to suggest (preposterously) that university leaders, professors, and students are indifferent to female sexual assault victims in their midst. Neither of these claims has any bearing in reality. But they have achieved widespread acceptance, thanks in part to misleading alarums from the Obama administration and biased media coverage led by the New York Times.The frenzy about campus rape has helped stimulate and has been fanned by ideologically skewed campus sexual assault policies and lawless commands issued by federal bureaucrats to force the nation's all-too-compliant colleges and universities essentially to presume the guilt of accused students. The result has been a widespread disregard of such bedrock American principles as the presumption of innocence and the need for fair play.This book uses hard facts to set the record straight. It explores, among other things, about two dozen of the many cases since 2010 in which innocent or probably innocent students have been branded as sex criminals and expelled or otherwise punished by their colleges. And it shows why all students and, eventually, society as a whole are harmed when our nation's universities abandon pursuit of truth and seek instead to accommodate the passions of the mob.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781594038853 20170821
Law Library (Crown)
Book
vii, 370 pages ; 24 cm
  • Introduction
  • The foundations of the frenzy
  • Misleading through statistics
  • The realities of "rape culture"
  • Denying due process
  • Media malpractice
  • The witch-hunt mentality
  • College athletes : myths and realities
  • The witch hunt intensifies
  • From campus to criminal law
  • A new generation's contempt for civil rights
  • Conclusion.
In recent years, politicians led by President Obama and prominent senators and governors have teamed with extremists on campus to portray our nation's campuses as awash in a violent crime wave and to suggest (preposterously) that university leaders, professors, and students are indifferent to female sexual assault victims in their midst. Neither of these claims has any bearing in reality. But they have achieved widespread acceptance, thanks in part to misleading alarums from the Obama administration and biased media coverage led by the New York Times.The frenzy about campus rape has helped stimulate and has been fanned by ideologically skewed campus sexual assault policies and lawless commands issued by federal bureaucrats to force the nation's all-too-compliant colleges and universities essentially to presume the guilt of accused students. The result has been a widespread disregard of such bedrock American principles as the presumption of innocence and the need for fair play.This book uses hard facts to set the record straight. It explores, among other things, about two dozen of the many cases since 2010 in which innocent or probably innocent students have been branded as sex criminals and expelled or otherwise punished by their colleges. And it shows why all students and, eventually, society as a whole are harmed when our nation's universities abandon pursuit of truth and seek instead to accommodate the passions of the mob.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781594038853 20170821
Law Library (Crown)
Book
245 pages ; 22 cm
  • Introduction: Sexual paranoia on campus
  • The accusation factory : fantasies and realities
  • Flip-flopping on consent : a "yes" becomes a "no" years after the fact
  • My Title IX inquisition : the "safer" the space, the more dangerous for professors
  • F*** confidentiality : reports from secret campus tribunals across America
  • Sexual miseducation : a plea for grown-up feminism
  • Coda : eyewitness to a witch trial.
"From a highly regarded feminist, cultural critic, and professor comes a polemic arguing that the stifling sense of sexual danger sweeping American campuses doesn't empower women, it impedes the fight for gender equality. Feminism is broken, argues Laura Kipnis, if anyone thinks the sexual hysteria overtaking American campuses is a sign of gender progress. A committed feminist, Kipnis was surprised to find herself the object of a protest march by student activists at her university for writing an essay about sexual paranoia on campus. Next she was brought up on Title IX complaints for creating a "hostile environment." Defying confidentiality strictures, she wrote a whistleblowing essay about the ensuing seventy-two-day investigation, which propelled her to the center of national debates over free speech, "safe spaces, " and the vast federal overreach of Title IX. In the process she uncovered an astonishing netherworld of accused professors and students, campus witch hunts, rigged investigations, and Title IX officers run amuck. Drawing on interviews and internal documents, Unwanted Advances demonstrates the chilling effect of this new sexual McCarthyism on intellectual freedom. Without minimizing the seriousness of campus assault, Kipnis argues for more honesty about the sexual realities and ambivalences hidden behind the notion of "rape culture." Instead, regulation is replacing education, and women's hard-won right to be treated as consenting adults is being repealed by well-meaning bureaucrats. Unwanted Advances is a risk-taking, often darkly funny interrogation of feminist paternalism, the covert sexual conservatism of hook-up culture, and the institutionalized backlash of holding men alone responsible for mutually drunken sex. It's not just compulsively readable, it will change the national conversation."-- Publisher's description
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xiv, 176 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Measuring sexual assault
  • Police relationships with the public
  • Current study
  • Reporting of victimization
  • Discussion and policy implications.
Education Library (Cubberley)
Book
xxxv, 332 pages ; 24 cm
  • Mattress girl
  • Introduction. Orientation
  • Part I. Consensual
  • Planet college, Millennial edition
  • Number-one party school
  • A boy's life
  • Part II. Nonconsensual
  • Carnal knowledge
  • "Rape girls"
  • Rape theory 101
  • The accused
  • Guilty
  • Part III. The man
  • The fixer
  • Adult supervision
  • Phoebe
  • Down with the frats
  • Battleground
  • Appendix : Recommendations.
Draws on research at college and university campuses to explore the topics of sex, consent, and sexual assault, discussing statistics about the prevalence of campus rape, and offering advice on how to make college a safer experience.
"What's really happening behind closed doors on America's college campuses? A new sexual revolution is sweeping the country, and college students are on the front lines. Women use fresh, smart methods to fight entrenched sexism and sexual assault even as they celebrate their own sexuality as never before. Many 'woke' male students are more sensitive to women's concerns than previous generations ever were, while other men perpetuate the most cruel misogyny. Amid such apparent contradictions, it's no surprise that intense confusion shrouds the topic of sex on campus. Vanessa Grigoriadis dispels that confusion as no other writer could by traveling to schools large and small, embedding in their social whirl, and talking candidly with dozens of students--among them, both accusers and accused-- as well as administrators, parents, and researchers. Her unprecedented investigation presents a host of new truths. She reveals which times and settings are most dangerous for women (for instance, beware the 'red zone'); she demystifies the welter of conflicting statistics about the prevalence of campus rape; she makes a strong case that not all 'sexual assault' is equivalent; and she offers convincing if controversial advice on how schools, students, and parents can make college a safer, richer experience. The sum of her fascinating, fly-on-the-wall reportage is a revelatory account of how long-standing rules of sex and power are being rewritten from scratch."--Jacket.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xxxix, 315 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Understand the Rights of those Impacted by Discrimination under Title IX / Brett A. Sokolow
  • From Litigation to Mediation : Sexual Harassment Dispute Resolution in the 21st Century / Phoebe Morgan
  • Campus Sexual Assault : Conceptualizing Vulnerable Groups in an Unfolding Legal Context / Lynn Jones, Brooke de Heer, and Sarah Prior
  • Lest we Forget, The Personal Continues to be Political : Yik Yak and Other Unsafe Spaces, Necessary Dialogue in a Time of Silence / Jennifer L. Martin and Martina L. Sharp-Grier
  • Sexual Assault in Principle and in Practice : One Philosopher's View / Jennifer McErlean
  • What Campuses Must Do / MaryLou D'Allegro
  • Teaching an Online Course on Sexual Harassment : A Course for Graduate and Undergraduate Students / Susan Fineran
  • Protection Against Sexual Harassment at the University of Zurich : A Glance at the Swiss Legal Framework and the University's Provisions / Brigitte Tag and Pete Hirsch
  • How to Reduce Sexual Assaults and Sexual Abuse / Jacqueline Bove
  • Education is Key : Why a Sexual Assault Awareness Week is Necessary / Kaitlin Curl
  • Increasing Awareness as Prevention : The Importance of a Sexual Assault Awareness Week / Amrita Mangar
  • Sexual Violence Against Transgender College Students / Abigail Hutton
  • When Does Sexual Coercion Become Rape? : Common Misperceptions among Students and Implications for Prevention / Avigail Moor
  • Ramifications of Title IX on Campus Sexual Assault Prevention and Treatment Protocol : Will Recent Changes Work to Protect College Students? / Felicia L. Mirghassemi, Katherine Anne Scott, Paula K. Lundberg-Love, Holly Phelps, and Amy Lyons Burke
  • Trauma, Victimization, and Help Seeking among Asian American and Pacific Islander Women / Whitney Fujii-Doe and Kevin L. Nadal
  • Verbal Sexual Coercion in Young Adults' Heterosexual Dating Relationships / Vanessa Tirone, Jennifer Katz, and Melanie Schukrafft
  • Protocol for the Standardization of Sexual Harassment Investigations : A Mediational Approach / William T. O'Donohue, Adrian H. Bowers, and Gwendolyn C. Carlson
  • An Improved Model of Sexual Assault Prevention for College Campuses / William O'Donohue, Andrew Lloyd, and Rory Newlands.
A practical guide to prevention of and response to sexual assault on college campuses, this invaluable resource will help ensure Title IX compliance-and can also help reduce the incidence of these all-too-prevalent events. * Explores the psychological dimensions of campus sexual assault as it affects emotional health, physical health, career development, and self-concept * Integrates three main perspectives often lacking in other books on the topic-legal, social science, and human resource management * Includes first-person experiences through interviews with students, scholars, and attorneys * Offers practical recommendations for preventative approaches as well as recommendations for investigation procedures * Provides sample policies and training programs.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781440838149 20160822
Education Library (Cubberley)

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