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Chapter 17: Power and Sexual Coercion
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Chapter 17 Outline Rape and Sexual Assault: Incidence, Theories, and Attitudes Defining Rape and Sexual Assault Statistics Characteristics Theories Gender Attitude Differences Ethnic Attitude Differences Rape in Different Culture
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Chapter 17 Outline (Cont.) Rape on Campus Alcohol Fraternities Athletes Effects of Rape Rape Trauma Syndrome Rape of Partners and Other Special Populations Silent Rape Reaction How Partners React to Rape
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Chapter 17 Outline (Cont.) When Men Are Rape Victims By Women By Men Prison Rape Reporting, Avoiding, and Treating Rapists Reporting a Rape Sexual Abuse of Children Incidence Victims
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Chapter 17 Outline (Cont.) How Children Are Affected Psychological and Emotional Reactions Characteristics of Child Sexual Abusers Treatment Prevention Intimate Partner Violence Defining Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Coercion Prevention
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Chapter 17 Outline (Cont.) Sexual Harassment Incidence and Reporting Prevention
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Power and Sexual Coercion Rape and Sexual Assault: Incidence, Theories, and Attitudes Rape on Campus Effects of Rape When Men are Rape Victims Reporting, Avoiding, and Treating Rapists Sexual Abuse of Children Intimate Partner Violence Sexual Harassment
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Rape and Sexual Assault: Incidence, Theories, and Attitudes Defining Rape and Sexual Assault Incidence of Rape Characteristics of Rapists Theories about Rape Gender Differences in Attitudes about Rape Ethnic Differences in Attitudes about Rape Rape in Different Cultures
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Defining Rape and Sexual Assault Rape is physically or psychologically forced sexual intercourse Sexual assault is the any type of sexual contact or behavior that occurs without consent from the unwanted recipient Includes penetration, forced oral sex, masturbation, touching, fondling, or kissing
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Defining Rape and Sexual Assault (Cont.) Every state has its own legal definitions of rape and sexual assault Commonly included in the definitions are lack of consent, force or threat of force, & vaginal penetration Ejaculation is not necessary in most states Those that have been sexually assaulted may be referred to as victims or survivors
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Incidence of Rape Someone is sexually assaulted every 2 minutes in the U.S. 270,000 cases reported in 2006 U.S. rape rate 4x higher than Germany, 12x higher than England, 20x higher than Japan
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Incidence of Rape (Cont.) One of the most underreported crimes in the U.S. Half of rapes are reported Some do not report because they Don’t think it was rape Fear confidentiality won’t be maintained Are shamed and humiliated Fear they won’t be taken seriously 73% know attacker, not comfortable reporting
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Characteristics of Rapists Why men rape is mostly unanswered Characteristics:
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2012 for the course ACCT 201 and 20 taught by Professor Any during the Spring '12 term at Old Dominion.

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