Engaging Men as Social Justice Allies in Ending Violence Against Women: Evidence for a Social Norms Approach

@article{Fabiano2003EngagingMA,
  title={Engaging Men as Social Justice Allies in Ending Violence Against Women: Evidence for a Social Norms Approach},
  author={Patricia M. Fabiano and H. Wesley Perkins and Alan Berkowitz and Jeff Linkenbach and Chris Stark},
  journal={Journal of American College Health},
  year={2003},
  volume={52},
  pages={105 - 112}
}
Abstract The field of sexual assault prevention is shifting attention to educational interventions that address the role of men in ending violence against women. Recent studies document the often-misperceived norms men hold about other men's endorsement of rape-supportive attitudes and behaviors. The authors provide further evidence supporting the design of population-based social norms interventions to prevent sexual assault. Data from this study suggest that men underestimate the importance… 

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