Attitudes Toward Date Rape Among University Students in South Korea
The purpose of this study is to examine attitudes toward date rape among university students in South Korea. Participants included 163 students recruited from two universities in South Korea. Results show that male students were less rejecting of date rape-tolerant attitudes than female students were. Also, male students were less rejecting of the belief that the use of force to have sex on a date is acceptable under certain conditions. Attending a sexual assault educational program was associated with more rejection of date rape-tolerant attitudes among females, but not among males. The results will be of particular value to advocates who provide rape prevention and victim intervention programs.
Busch, N. B.,
(2007). Attitudes Toward Date Rape Among University Students in South Korea. Sex Roles, 57(9-10), 641-649.
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