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Hurtado, Sarah Socorro – Journal of Higher Education, 2021
Little is known about the ways in which faculty members understand their role and responsibility in addressing sexual violence and how they engage in sexual violence education efforts. This qualitative study of 10 faculty members gives insight into how faculty members engage in efforts to address sexual violence. Their experiences demonstrate how…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, Teacher Role, Teacher Responsibility, Role Perception
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Bonar, Erin E.; DeGue, Sarah; Abbey, Antonia; Coker, Ann L.; Lindquist, Christine H.; McCauley, Heather L.; Miller, Elizabeth; Senn, Charlene Y.; Thompson, Martie P.; Ngo, Quyen M.; Cunningham, Rebecca M.; Walton, Maureen A. – Journal of American College Health, 2022
Objective: Preventing sexual violence among college students is a public health priority. This paper was catalyzed by a summit convened in 2018 to review the state of the science on campus sexual violence prevention. We summarize key risk and vulnerability factors and campus-based interventions, and provide directions for future research…
Descriptors: Sexual Abuse, College Students, Prevention, Intervention
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Graham, K.; Potterton, H.; Mihaere, T.; Carrington, B.; Treharne, G. J.; Beres, M. A. – Journal of School Violence, 2021
This article describes a focus group study exploring university students' perspectives of sexual violence prevention campaigns with the goal of developing a social marketing campaign that would resonate with university students. Seventy-one students at one university in Aotearoa/New Zealand provided feedback in 15 focus groups. Findings of an…
Descriptors: Violence, Sexual Abuse, Prevention, College Students
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Graham, Katie; Treharne, Gareth J.; Liebergreen, Nicola; Stojanov, Zoran; Shaw, Rachel; Beres, Melanie A. – Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 2021
Universities have implemented a range of education programmes to address the problem of sexual violence on campus. While these programmes can improve the attitudes and behaviours that contribute to rape culture, little is known about the factors influencing students' decisions to participate in such programmes. The aim of this study was to…
Descriptors: Universities, Rape, Prevention, Workshops
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Mollet, Amanda L.; Black, Wayne – Journal of College Student Development, 2021
This study examined asexual college students' experiences with sexual violence. Using international quantitative data from the Asexual Community Survey, we conducted descriptive analysis regarding 10 types of sexual violence and predictive analysis of three categories of sexual violence. The predictive analysis included an examination of the…
Descriptors: Violence, Sexual Abuse, College Students, Student Experience
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Hill, Rob Loren; Naik, Sapna – Journal of Women and Gender in Higher Education, 2021
Sexual violence is a serious problem demanding attention in higher education. Neoliberalism, which is ubiquitous in higher education, may appear as an effective guiding philosophy for institutional leaders but falls short when it comes to preventing and responding to sexual violence. Using Michigan State University (MSU) as a case, we, graduates…
Descriptors: Sexual Abuse, Violence, Neoliberalism, Higher Education
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Dickman-Burnett, Victoria L.; Fisher, Bonnie S.; Dariotis, Jacinda K.; Geaman, Maribeth – Journal of School Violence, 2021
With sexual violence prevention programs gaining traction in secondary schools, students' attitudes toward sexual violence have begun to be measured more frequently. While these attitudes are measured as outcomes of prevention programs, students' preexisting attitudes toward sexual violence shape how prevention programs are received by the…
Descriptors: High School Students, Student Attitudes, Rape, Prevention
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Stermac, Lana; Cripps, Jenna; Amiri, Touraj; Badali, Veronica – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2020
Sexual violence continues to be a serious problem on university campuses. While the negative psychological and health effects are well known, it is only recently that attention has focused on how sexual violence is related to educational outcomes, particularly women's education. This study contributes to this area and examined the relationship…
Descriptors: Womens Education, Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students, Females
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Cruz, Jacqueline – Journal of Higher Education, 2021
Under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972--a federal civil rights law that prohibits sex discrimination in education--universities are responsible for both addressing and preventing sexual violence on their campuses. Despite the recent growth of Title IX offices, administrators, and policies aimed at preventing sexual violence on…
Descriptors: Educational Legislation, Sex Fairness, Gender Discrimination, Federal Legislation
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Linder, Chris; Grimes, Niah; Williams, Brittany M.; Lacy, Marvette C.; Parker, Brean'a – Review of Higher Education, 2020
We examined 10 years of scholarship about campus sexual violence from 12 social sciences databases to illuminate the trends, gaps, and possibilities in research. Using a content analysis methodology, we examined 540 articles. In this paper, we highlight the methodologies, subjects, and demographics of participants in the studies. We use a…
Descriptors: Violence, Sexual Abuse, College Environment, Research
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Colpitts, Emily M. – Gender and Education, 2022
As universities face unprecedented pressure to respond to sexual violence, this article critically analyses how they engage with intersectionality in their responses. Based on research in the Canadian province of Ontario, I demonstrate that universities' commitments to intersectionality often fail to translate into practice. This failure results…
Descriptors: Rape, Violence, Prevention, Power Structure
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Foubert, John D.; Durham, Andre; Houston, Michael; Vanderwoerd, Jim – Christian Higher Education, 2021
Sexual violence is a persistent problem on the college campus. One method of addressing sexual violence is to endorse bystander intervention, whereby students are encouraged to interrupt potential sexual assault situations. Although initial research indicates that the Christian college campus provides a cultural context where fewer acts of sexual…
Descriptors: Rape, Campuses, Cultural Context, Intervention
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Hudson-Flege, Matthew D.; Grover, Holly M.; Meçe, Merita H.; Ramos, Athena K.; Thompson, Martie P. – Journal of American College Health, 2020
Objective: This study examined if empathy was a significant moderator of several empirically established risk factors for sexual violence perpetration among college men. Participants: Data are from 544 college men who participated in a longitudinal study from 2008 to 2011 at a large, public university. Methods: Participants completed a self-report…
Descriptors: Violence, Risk, Males, Empathy
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Jones, Charlotte; Chappell, Anne; Alldred, Pam – Gender and Education, 2021
Programmes for sexual violence prevention have focussed historically on university, school or college students rather than staff working at these institutions. The "Universities Supporting Victims of Sexual Violence project" (USVreact), co-funded by the European Commission, worked across universities in Europe to address this gap in the…
Descriptors: Feminism, Sexual Abuse, Violence, Faculty Development
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Seabrook, Rita C. – Journal of American College Health, 2021
Objective: This study explored differences in attitudes about sexual violence, knowledge of intimate partner violence (IPV) prevention resources, and participation in IPV prevention activities among young men based on their fraternity membership and house status (i.e., official house versus unofficial house versus no house). Participants: 1,457…
Descriptors: Violence, Sexual Abuse, Males, Fraternities
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