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Bijleveld, Catrien, Aafke Morssinkhof, and Alette Smeulers. "Counting the Countless: Rape Victimization During the Rwandan Genocide." International Criminal Justice Review 19.2 (2009): 208-24. HEIN Online . Web. 15 Feb. 2017. Query: How was rape used during the genocide? To what extent was rape widespread? Spatial-Temporal Domain: The Rwandan Genocide, 1994 during the first 100 days Variables: Outcomes: Rwandan women were infected with HIV/AIDS or other STDs, women were unwanted in Rwandan society after being raped, raped destroyed interpersonal relationships in the community and shattered women’s sense of identity and security, physical and psychological destruction of Tutsi women, 294,440 women were estimated to have been raped and killed, another 60,000 estimated women were raped but survived, the number of rape-related pregnancies in surviving women is estimated at 8,333. Predictors: (1) Perpetrators were motivated by frustration and hate of Tutsi women (2) Some individuals took advantage of the chaos of
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