Assessing the validity and reliability of the perceptions of the Consent To Sex Scale.

  title={Assessing the validity and reliability of the perceptions of the Consent To Sex Scale.},
  author={Kristen N. Jozkowski and Zoё D Peterson},
  journal={Journal of sex research},
  volume={51 6},
Although sexual assault prevention education tends to focus on consent promotion as a means to reduce rates of sexual assault, little is known about how college students consent to sexual activity. The current study aimed to better understand college students' consent via the systematic development of the Consent to Sex Scale (CSS), utilizing mixed methods via three phases and two waves of data collection. In Phase 1, qualitative data were collected from college students (n = 185) to provide a… CONTINUE READING

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