The tendency of victims of abuse to place the blame

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100.The tendency of victims of abuse to place the blame for the abusive actions of others onto themselves is called _____. Page 28 of 36
Fill-in-the-Blank Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Easy Heading: Victim-Blame Topic: Rape 101.A society or cultural group in which women's desires are considered to be unimportant and physical sexual coercion is normative is called _____.
Fill-in-the-Blank Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Easy Heading: Societies Prone to Rape Topic: Rape 102.Sexual abuse committed against a minor child, including adult acts of sexual assault, molestation, and sexual exploitation is termed as _____.
Fill-in-the-Blank Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Easy Heading: Childhood Sexual Coercion Topic: Childhood Sexual Coercion 103.Sexual activity with an individual who is too young to legally consent to sex is called _____.
statutory rape Fill-in-the-Blank Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Easy Heading: Online Sexual Abuse Topic: Childhood Sexual Coercion 104.Any unwelcome verbal, physical, or sexual conduct that has the effect of creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment is called _____. Page 29 of 36
Fill-in-the-Blank Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Easy Heading: Sexual Harassment Topic: Teen And Adult Sexual Coercion 105.A pattern of abusive behaviors used to gain power and control over a current or former dating partner is known as _____.
Fill-in-the-Blank Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Easy Heading: Sexual Harassment Topic: Teen And Adult Sexual Coercion 106.Discuss the two core concepts central to sexual coercion—molestation and sexual exploitation.
Essay Question Blooms: Remember Difficulty: Medium
Heading: Sexual Coercion Topic: Sexual Coercion

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