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Psych. 209: Teen Dating Violence & Sexual Assault Film: Matters of Choice Research Teen DV Dynamics of Teen DV Risk Factors Sexual Assault Dynamics of Sexual Assault Incidence Myths Research on Teen DV “Dating” begins at 12 Definitional issues regarding abuse 1/3 of teen relationships physical aggression Girls and boys report committing = amounts Girls report receiving injuries & sex victimization Set template for future relationships
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Dynamics in Teen DV Exaggerated gender roles based on media images Power differential Cyber-stalking Threatening to harm reputation Sexual coercion Social isolation Risk Factors Community & school violence Parental violence Child abuse Past behaviors Accept aggression Verbal aggression & Jealousy Retaliation to save face Teen pregnancy, substance abuse, antisocial Sexual Assault CA Law: Rape - intercourse with force/threat of force, no consent Sexual battery - Sexual touch/conduct with force/threat of force, no consent
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Unformatted text preview: can refer to both under sexual assault = Sex without consent Force & Non-consent FORCE: prevent from leaving holding down restraining verbal threats isolating continue to touch weapon NON CONSENT: intoxicated unconscious sleeping statutory disability said “no”, “not now. .” Crying, screaming Trying to resist Incidence Studies Koss: 1/4 women raped by the time they graduate 16 -24 year olds highest risk SJSU - ~2% a year 75-80% by acquaintances 1/12 college men have committed acts that meet the legal definition of rape 1/3 say would if they could get away w/ it Rape Myths “She asked for it” “ Men can’t help themselves…” Effects increase self blame reduce likelihood of help seeking add to confusion & shame *Deny abuser’s responsibility...
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