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1 Annotated Bibliography:Current trends in Human sexuality/The features of Coertion Hollie KillenMid-TermPSY4040South University Online
2 The Features of Sexual CoercionSexual Coercion in Adolescents: From non-consensual sexuality to sexuality under constraintGlowacz, F.; Goblet, M.; Courtain, A.. In Sexual coercion and sexual violence Coercition sexuelle et violences sexuelles, Sexologies. April-June 2018 27(2):e33-e37 Language: English. DOI: 10.1016/j.sexol.2018.02.010, -com.southuniversity.libproxy.edmc.edu/science/article/pii/S115813601830046X?via%3DihubAdolescents is a crucial time for psycho-sexual development during which sexuality may be expressed in a violent way. This article explains two studies in which they conducted sexual coercion acted and experienced by adolescents. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the patterns of sexual coercion among adolescents between the ages of 14-18, through two researches, which were done by a questioner. The first sample consisted of 301 adolescents, who were girls. They were administered a self-reported questioner with different variables. The first variable was assessing general delinquency using Born and Gavray’s Self-Reported Delinquency Scale which included 20 items and several categories which included verbal and physical violence and damage to property or persons (evaluated during the past 12 months). Sexual coercion was assessed based on three items created, explicitly addressing the concept of non-consent and the intention to obtain sexual contact. Two out of the three items touch coercion involving the threat of physical restraint and the use of physical force. Victimization was also assessed based on three items, refereeing to non-consenting touching, stroking and fondling in the past 12 months, sexual fondling during childhood (before the age of 12) and during adolescence (after age of 12) the Likert scale was used. The second sample consisted of 335 females.
3 All of which have been involved in either a romantic relationship or a heterosexual relationship over thepast year. There was an administered self-reported questioner comprising two variables. The first variable assessed was violence in dating relationships. The conflict in Adolescents Dating RelationshipsInventory (CARDI) assesses the perpetration and victimization of five forms of violence in relationships (threats, relational, physical sexual, and emotional violence). Four items addressed perpetrated sexual violence/coercion and four items sustained sexual violence/coercion. The second was the Attitudes Toward Dating Violence Scale (ATDV-S) which assessed attitudes toward psychological, physical and sexual violence, with female-perpetrated and male-perpetrated items. Specifically, items relating to attitudes toward sexual violence.

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