Campus Sexual Assault: A Systematic Review of Prevalence Research From 2000 to 2015

  title={Campus Sexual Assault: A Systematic Review of Prevalence Research From 2000 to 2015},
  author={L. Fedina and J. L. Holmes and Bethany L. Backes},
  journal={Trauma, Violence, & Abuse},
  pages={76 - 93}
  • L. Fedina, J. L. Holmes, Bethany L. Backes
  • Published 2018
  • Medicine
  • Trauma, Violence, & Abuse
  • Sexual assault is a pervasive problem on university and college campuses in the United States that has garnered growing national attention, particularly in the past year. This is the first study to systematically review and synthesize prevalence findings from studies on campus sexual assault (CSA) published since 2000 (n = 34). The range of prevalence findings for specific forms of sexual victimization on college campuses (i.e., forcible rape, unwanted sexual contact, incapacitated rape, sexual… CONTINUE READING
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