5 edition of Understanding the rape victim found in the catalog.
|Statement||Sedelle Katz, Mary Ann Mazur.|
|Series||Wiley series on personality processes|
|Contributions||Mazur, Mary Ann, 1946- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HV6558 .K37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 340 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||340|
|LC Control Number||78025704|
Brownmiller’s celebrity status was the result of her groundbreaking book Against Our Will: Men, Women, and Rape, published precisely forty years ago. The bestseller was one of the first books Author: Sascha Cohen. If your Lover gets Raped Michael Castleman. For victims of sexual assault -- and their lovers -- the weeks and months following the crime are often as horrible as the crime victims and lovers have great difficulty in dealing with their feelings of shame, rage, hurt, and powerlessness.
It causes the victim to feel unsafe and creates psychological trauma. This is also recommended on many survivor sites. Do not judge the victim for not handling the situation the way you would have. Rape trauma syndrome is not understood very well but it affects the judgement of those suffering from it. A candlelit vigil for gang rape victim Jyoti Singh, New Delhi, 29 December, The incident has prompted serious questions to be asked about misogyny and Indian : Anna Baddeley.
rape and her assessment of her victim status will vary based on a num ber of factors (i.e., conceptualization of the experience, acceptance of rape supportive beliefs, relationship to the. To understand SA, it is also important to comprehend ‘coercion’ as it affects victim/survivors granting free and voluntary consent. Specifically, an individual may be coerced into SA through: threats of physical violence, threats of withholding benefits (such as a promotion at work or a good grade), psychological pressure or by: 3.
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Understanding the Rape Victim: A Synthesis of Research Findings (Wiley series on personality processes) First EditionCited by: rape (in law) rape, in law, the crime of sexual intercourse without the consent of the victim, often through force or threat of violence.
The victim is deemed legally incapable of consenting if she or he is known to be mentally incompetent, intoxicated, drugged, or below the age of consent at the time of the rape.
: Resurrection After Rape: A guide to transforming from victim to survivor ( I am overwhelmed by the compassion and understanding viewpoint of this books author who obviously knows his is quite a difficult book to work through given the nature of its subject iately felt supported in some way and /5(53).
Books shelved as rape-victim: The Deal by Elle Kennedy, The Dark Light of Day by T.M. Frazier, Dirty English by Ilsa Madden-Mills, King by T.M. Frazier. The persistence of rape myths that include offender myths, victim myths, and common victim reactions to sexual assault is also elaborated.
Select Chapter 3 - Sex Trafficking: A Culture of Rape Book. A new book shares the powerful testimonies of rape survivors - and the struggles they faced in deciding whether or not to report their rapes. Here, the author shares six of their stories with : Emily Jacob.
Her name is not "Emily Doe." It is not "unconscious, intoxicated woman." Nor is it "victim of Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner.".
Books with the subject: Rape Victims. Up to 20 books are listed, in descending order of popularity. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A Wiley-Interscience publication." Description: xvii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: I: Methodological considerations Major problems in the rape literature --II: Prior to the rape: the victim Risk of rape: who is the victim?3.
BOOK REVIEW Katz, Sedelle and Mary Ann Mazur. Understanding the Rape Victim: A Synthesis of Research Findings. New York, Wiley, The FBI lists rape as the third most serious violent offense, after homicide and robbery, yet there is an overwhelming dis crepancy between the seriousness ofthe offense and the punish ment received for it.
The Resources Book Contains: Other material relevant to this section is in Volume I, Tab 3, “Victim Impact.” p.m. Lunch p.m. The Neurobiology of Trauma: Implications for Rape Victims Faculty: Victim Impact Expert The Participant’s Binder Contains: “Neurobiology of Trauma” Slides at Tab 5, page File Size: 1MB.
Books about ‘Rape’ Acquaintance rape: the hidden crime. Parrot, A. & Bechholer, L. (eds) New York: Wiley & Sons For Workers.
Research conducted over the past 10 years has examined the incidence and prevalence of acquaintance rape, contributing factors, assailant and victim profiles, and effects of acquaintance rape on victims. Stanford assault victim Chanel Miller’s new book indicts her attacker — and the system Chanel Miller, previously known as Emily Doe, is the author of “Know My Name,” a memoir about her.
In an anthology of stories about sexual assault, the victims and perpetrators span the scope of humankind, through class and race, through poverty and privilege.
The collection is deeply personal and a hard read, but Gay’s editorial oversight means that the tales line up perfectly with the : Aisling Twomey.
Understanding Sexual Assault and Sexual Violence Stalking (targeting, watching and constantly following someone's activities). Voyeurism (watching someone as they undress, have sex or use the bathroom). Flashing (exposing one's genitals in public to shock or surprise the victim).
Masturbating in public (to shock or surprise the victim).File Size: 1MB. I would recommend to any victim(or survivor)" It is an excellent book of courage and survival!" Transforming a Rape Culture Edited by: Emilie Buchwald, Pamela Fletcher, Martha Roth.
Gayle writes: "This is an excellent book for anyone who is trying to understand the cultural problems surrounding rape.
No, it's not easy, light reading, but it's. This is a powerful book that not only underlines how women have been written out of history, but how victims of rape have had their suffering enabled, ignored and perpetuated. The impact of sexual assault extends far beyond rape survivors as their family, friends, and significant others are also negatively affected.
Moreover, those who help rape victims, such as rape victim advocates, therapists, as well as sexual assault researchers, can experience vicarious by: Understanding the frequency and context under which rape and sexual assault are committed is vital in directing law enforcement and victim-support resources.
These data can influence public policy in the areas of public health, mental health, and education. Talking About Sexual Assault is an important contribution to the field of traumatic stress research. Whereas the greater emphasis of the book is on the social context of sexual assault, it pulls together research and theory across a broad number of disciplines and will appeal to a wide audience involved in sexual assault :.
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During the prosecution of the case, the defendants.Books to Help Teens Understand the Importance of Consent "No means no" has become a rallying cry on high school and college campuses, as students and administrators strive to combat and eliminate incidents of sexual assault.