Preventing Sexual Assault Through Engaging College Men
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Sexual assault occurs at alarming rates on college campuses, with men committing 99% of these crimes toward women and in some instances toward other men (Rennison, 2002). The number of women who report surviving a completed or attempted sexual assault while in college has hovered around 25% since Mary Koss completed the first well-documented study of college acquaintance assault in 1985 (Fisher, Cullen, & Turner, 2000; Warshaw, 1994).
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Journal of College Student Development, v. 48, no. 5, p. 585-594
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Barone, Ryan P.; Wolgemuth, Jennifer R.; and Linder, Chris, "Preventing Sexual Assault Through Engaging College Men" (2007). Educational and Psychological Studies Faculty Publications. 187.