Case illustrations of negative sexual experiences among university women in Japan: victimization disclosure and reactions of the confidant.

@article{Uji2007CaseIO,
  title={Case illustrations of negative sexual experiences among university women in Japan: victimization disclosure and reactions of the confidant.},
  author={Masayo Uji and Masahiro Shono and Noriko Shikai and Toshinori Kitamura},
  journal={International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology},
  year={2007},
  volume={51 2},
  pages={
          227-42
        }
}
A retrospective study of negative sexual experiences (NSEs) was conducted among 532 Japanese university women. More than one third of the respondents reported having experienced at least one NSE, and two thirds were victimized by strangers. When the woman knew the perpetrator well, the NSE was more likely to be repeated. One sixth of victims did not disclose the incident. Older children disclosed incidents more frequently than did younger children. Women in the total disclosure group disclosed… CONTINUE READING

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