An empirical investigation of campus demographics and reported rapes

  title={An empirical investigation of campus demographics and reported rapes},
  author={Jacquelyn D. Wiersma-Mosley and Kristen N Jozkowski and Taylor Martinez},
  journal={Journal of American College Health},
  pages={482 - 491}
  • Jacquelyn D. Wiersma-Mosley, Kristen N Jozkowski, Taylor Martinez
  • Published 2017
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of American College Health
  • ABSTRACT Objective: Rape on college campuses continues to be a pervasive public health issue with approximately 11% of women experiencing rape while in college. As such, it is important to examine factors unique to college campuses that influence the occurrences of rape. Methods: Using data from 1,423 four-year universities (public and private with at least 1,000 students) from the Office of Education and the Clery Act (2014), we examined institutional risk factors, such as tuition, liquor… CONTINUE READING
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