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    the victim and the offender. Some types of sexual abuse include unwanted light contact, such as kissing or touching; threatening or pressuring a person into sexual activity; molestation, regardless of child or adult; and violent sexual activity or rape (“What is Sexual Abuse”). There is prominent data supporting the prevalence of sexual abuse in the U.S, along with media attention of later confessions of both victims and perpetrators shows that the iss... ... middle of paper ... ...t issue in

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    journal articles and articles that are online and offline to help support my proposal. This paper is a research of sexual assault and rape on college campuses. It explores the discussion of the locker room talk and power mentality of accusers to victims. It introduces a theory that is related to this crime which is(write theory) . This paper challenges the cultural norms and presents methodologies by secondary sources and explores a primary source of collection of data pertaining to awareness of this

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    Blackrock Themes

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    belief of twentieth century Australian youth. Blackrock, being inspired by the real-life rape and murder of schoolgirl Leigh Leigh (in Stockton, near Newcastle, Australia on 3 November 1989), provides powerful criticism of a society of dominant Australian male youth culture, and highlights how outwardly harmless attitudes and ideologies can lead to the death of a young women. Many aspects of Australian cultural identity are seen in this drama play, including emphasis on physical achievement opposed

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    I will begin with the role of women in Kiss of the Fur Queen. There are two distinct classes of women in the novel, the women of the city and the women of Northern Manitoba. The women of the city are without a cultural safety net and are in danger nearly every night. Women of Northern Manitoba are in between cultures, having their traditional ways coupled with Catholic Church teachings. When an individual belongs to two different disadvantaged classes, the risk of abuse and discrimination multiplies

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    Victimization Of Women

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    victimization of women during wartime and/or by soldiers inseperable from the conflicts themselves, or are there other causes at work? What is the psychology behind mass rape in conflict, and why has, as Amnesty International says, “The opportunistic rape and pillage of previous centuries has been replaced in modern conflict by rape used as an orchestrated combat tool.”1? The wartime victimization of women has deep, dark, roots; the first evidence of which can be found almost 5000 years ago, when it

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    “Every 21 hours there is a rape on an American College Campus” (Sexual Violence on College Campuses). Sexual assault is something many have heard of and maybe know someone who was sexually assaulted in their lifetime. Sexual assault and sexual violence has been around for as long as our history books can tell us. With multiple cultural changes and new “fads”, as some may say, of college life; sexual assault has become a sort of recurring phenomenon of college lifestyles. This is not a positive thing

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    War-related Sexual Violence in Sierra Leone

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    Revolutionary United Front Judgements.” Cornell International Law Journal. 44 (2011): 49-74. Park, Augustine. “’Inhuman Acts’: Forced Marriage, Girl Soldiers, and the Special Court for Sierra Leone.” Social & Legal Studies. 15 (3): 315-337. “Sierra Leone: Rape and Other Forms of Sexual Violence Against Girls and Women.” United States: Amnesty International, 2000. Simpson, Deanna. “Conflict Profile: Sierra Leone.” Women Under Siege. N.p, Feb. 2013. Web. 22 Nov. 2013. “The Trauma of War in Sierra Leone.”

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    Sex Crimes

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    by law in a proscribed jurisdiction are coined as sex crimes. Rape Rape, or forcible sexual intercourse without consent from both parties, may involve physical violence, threats, and verbal abuse to intimidate and violate one person's body. Rape is considered a federal offense in the Western world. A perpetrator committed in the act of forcible intercourse is known as a rapist. According to the American Medical Association, rape victims tend to avoid reporting a violation, often times out of

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    Fraternity Gang Rape

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    Of 24 documented cases of alleged gang rape by college students, fraternity men perpetrated 13. The problem of group sexual assault on college campuses mainly occurs in an environment where group behavior and acceptance is important to the men involved, i.e. fraternities (Bechhofer & Parrot 144). Looking at the environment surrounding this type of group one can see what causes the prevalence of this type of assault in fraternities. Why does this violence occur within these groups and how is it handled

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    1986. Southner, Randy. "Celestial Timepiece: A Joyce Carol Oates Homepage." 2002. University of San Francisco. 12 July 2002 . Wagner, Linda W. Critical Essays on Joyce Carol Oates. Boston, MA: G. K. Hall, 1979. Wesley, Marilyn C. "Reverence, Rape, Resistance: Joyce Carol Oates and Feminist Film Theory." Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 32.3 (1999): 75-85. Literature Online. 13 July 2002 .

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