A Comparison and Assessment of Attitudes Towards Sexual Violence at a Mid-Size Southern University
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Honors College Thesis
The goal of this research was to compare and assess undergraduate students’ attitudes towards sexual violence at a mid-size southern university. The respondents were recruited through an online survey distributed through a Facebook event and also through the university’s e-mail network. Attitudes were assessed through statistical means. Respondents were questioned regarding their attitudes towards sexual violence, sexual education, sexual victimization, level of self-control, and victimization of others.
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Vinson, Jessica, "A Comparison and Assessment of Attitudes Towards Sexual Violence at a Mid-Size Southern University" (2012). Honors Theses. 69.