Campus

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June, 2016

Campus sexual assault is an increasing focus area in the media, legislature and in communities across the nation. Sexual assault programs throughout Washington State are well-situated to share their expertise, as communities work to build a survivor-centered campus response. Many programs are prioritizing work in this area because the increased focus means there is increased momentum in their communities to address campus sexual violence. This year WCSAP conducted a survey to learn what is…

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Campus, Schools & Campus
Lutheran Community Services Northwest and Gonzaga University
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November, 2016

With the spotlight on campus sexual violence, community sexual assault programs are in a unique position to deepen partnerships with college campuses. Although each program and campus will have different needs depending on many factors, we present this paper from one community that highlights the perspective of student activists, campus administrators and a community sexual assault program as a framework that programs can use to approach work with their local campuses. Included in this…

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Campus, Schools & Campus
Webinar
June, 2010

An effective campus response to sexual violence requires a sustained commitment to prevention and a determined response to specific cases when they occur. Both prevention and response efforts are enhanced by a clear understanding of the dynamics of victim response and of offenders’ behavior. This presentation will focus on the behaviors and characteristics of men who commit rapes on college campuses. Understanding offender behavior is a crucial step in shaping effective and appropriately…

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Campus, Strategies
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December, 2017

Bystander intervention strategies have become an important part of sexual assault prevention programs for military and college populations. A new study of students at the United States Naval Academy by Rosenstein and Carroll (2015) examines the effect of rape myth acceptance on the intent to intervene as a bystander. This study is notable for its close look at myths involving both men and women as potential victims of sexual assault, as previous studies have focused only on female rape myths…

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Campus, Military, Bystanders
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April, 2017

The articles and interviews in this issue of "Connections" are designed to serve as a jumping off point for programs to think about where they might be most effective at partnering with campuses.

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Campus
Volume 3, 2011
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March, 2011

In Books & Research first we review Conceptualizing the Engaging Bystander Approach to Sexual Violence Prevention on College Campuses, a research study with college students to learn more about bystander behaviors and attitudes.

Then we examine American Perceptions of Sexual Violence: A Frameworks Research Report, the first part of a comprehensive investigation into effective education and prevention of sexual violence in our country. This report summarizes the findings of…

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Campus, Best Practices, Bystanders, Media Literacy & Technology

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