College Students' Perceptions of Intimate Partner ..., 5 September 2007

Download whole document (PDF) (82.16 KB)

Contents

Metadata

Title
College Students' Perceptions of Intimate Partner Violence and Rape Myth Acceptance
Date
20070905
Material Type
Undergraduate Research
Creator/Author
Thornton, Rebecca Mercado
Copyright
Copyright 2008 by Thornton, Rebecca Mercado. Intellectual Property Rights owned by Thornton, Rebecca Mercado. This material is copyrighted, and any further reproduction or distribution is prohibited without the permission of the copyright owner.
Subject
Rape myth acceptance scales; Intimate partner violence; Date rape; Rape -- Public opinion; College students -- Attitudes;
Description
Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a serious social dilemma with detrimental consequences. Rape myths are inaccurate beliefs that neutralize and elicit sexually aggressive behavior (Burt, 1980). Educational programs are needed in order to reduce and prevent IPV and rape myth acceptance on college campuses. The current study sought to find whether men and women's perceptions of IPV differ. It also examined whether race is a factor in one's perception of IPV and rape myths acceptance. McNair Program project. Faculty advisor: Lesley Withers.
Language
English
Select a page in the document viewer.

Text

Text

Comments

Tags