Cross-Sectional Predictors of Sexual Assault Perpetration in a Community Sample of Single African American and Caucasian Men.

@article{Abbey2006CrossSectionalPO,
  title={Cross-Sectional Predictors of Sexual Assault Perpetration in a Community Sample of Single African American and Caucasian Men.},
  author={Antonia Abbey and Michele R. Parkhill and Renee Beshears and A. Monique Clinton-Sherrod and Tina Zawacki},
  journal={Aggressive behavior},
  year={2006},
  volume={32 1},
  pages={
          54-67
        }
}
Computer-assisted self-interviews were completed with a random sample of 163 unmarried Caucasian and African American men in a large metropolitan area. Almost a quarter (24.5%) of these men acknowledged committing an act since the age of 14 that met standard legal definitions of attempted or completed rape; an additional 39% had committed another type of sexual assault involving forced sexual contact or verbal coercion. An expanded version of the Malamuth et al. [1991] confluence model was… CONTINUE READING

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