It should be easier for victims to prosecute the penetrators in court iv Lead

It should be easier for victims to prosecute the

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It should be easier for victims to prosecute the penetrators in court iv.Lead to the title IV investigation 1.Over 350 colleges and universities are currently under investigation by the US department of Education for Title IV violation in their handling of student sexual assaults as of July 2015 v.BUT 2014 letters from 28 Harvard Law School Professor urged the revision of policies adopted by the university in response to the “Dear Colleague” letter 1.Impaired or incapacitated a.Drugs and alcohol involved 2.One-sided 3.No due process c.effects on victims i.Not a lot end up reporting to higher authorities 1.they want to move one and forget about it 2.self-blame 3.they were not sure what happened to them was an assault (61.5%) 4.they did not want to be forced to make an official report 5.they did not want to get the other person in trouble 6.concern that their friends will find out 7.concern that their parents/family will find out ii.6 times more likely to experience post-traumatic stress disorder 1.PTSD from rape may be called rape trauma syndrome a.Numbness, disconnection, pre-occupation with flashbacks to the event, self-blame, loss of interest in sex, difficulty with arousal iii.3 times more likely to suffer depression d.victim-survivor debate i.the idea is that by using the word, “survivor”, women are afforded a sense of strength, dignity, and control instead of helplessness ii.critics say that puts pressure on those who experience rape to feel as though they have healed and moved one, but most definitely did not 3.Explanatory Model of Rape a.Biosocial theories i.Main ideas and limitations
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1.It is in the nature of males to rape, males are naturally rapists 2.Male genetics and biology cause rape evolution of sex/aggression in males 3.Hyperactive male sex drive causes rape 4.“testosterone poisoning” 5.BUT there is no uniform rates of rape across societies b.Individual difference models (Psychosexual) i.Perpetrator identities/what distinguish rapists from non-rapists 1.Disturbed development create rapists 2.Trauma (physical, emotional, sexual) vandalize love maps 3.Rape is a “paraphilic attachment style” 4.Same variable that predict criminal, anti-social behavior in general 5.Violent upbringing 6.Less educated 7.Many partners, frequent coitus, focus on orgasm 8.Prefer hooking up, not relationship 9.Pattern of general delinquent behavior 10.Positive response to sex aggressive porn 11.Misogyny negative attitudes about females
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