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Encouraging Responses in Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention
Colleges and universities are high-risk settings for sexual and relationship violence. To address these problems, institutions of higher education have implemented prevention programs, many of whichExpand
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Changing Attitudes About Being a Bystander to Violence
Bystander approaches to reducing sexual violence train community members in prosocial roles to interrupt situations with risk of sexual violence and be supportive community allies after an assault.Expand
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Gender and the Seriousness of Assaults on Intimate Partners and Other Victims
We examine the ways in which assaults committed by male intimate partners are more serious than assaults committed by female partners and whether these differences reflect gender differences inExpand
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How do we know if it works? Measuring outcomes in bystander-focused abuse prevention on campuses
OBJECTIVE: To address acknowledged limitations in the effectiveness of sexual and relationship abuse prevention strategies, practitioners have developed new tools that use a bystander framework.Expand
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Risks and Opportunities of Faith and Culture: The Case of Abused Jewish Women
Intimate partner abusers often focus on physical violence, but abuse may also include exploiting a partner’s faith or subculture. Alternatively, faith or subculture may be a source of strength andExpand
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Juvenile Economic Sanctions
Research Summary Economic sanctions, particularly restitution, can help juvenile offenders both learn the extent of the harm they caused and assume responsibility for repairing that harm. If thatExpand
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Reducing the Harm of Criminal Victimization: The Role of Restitution
Restitution is a court-ordered payment by offenders to their victims to cover the victims’ economic losses resulting from the crime. These losses can be substantial and can harm victims and victims’Expand
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Teaching About Victimization
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How Community and Peer Perceptions Promote College Students’ Pro-Social Bystander Actions to Prevent Sexual Violence
The prevalence of sexual violence crimes on U.S. college campuses is prompting institutions of higher education to increasingly invest in centers to support survivors and programs to prevent theExpand
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