Forbidden or Forgiven?

@article{Rozee1993ForbiddenOF,
  title={Forbidden or Forgiven?},
  author={Patricia D. Rozee},
  journal={Psychology of Women Quarterly},
  year={1993},
  volume={17},
  pages={499 - 514}
}
This article describes a conceptual framework with which to study rape cross-societally. The model considers the powerful effects of social norms in condoning certain types of rape. It also distinguishes clearly between rape and sex by making the absence of female choice the fundamental factor in defining rape. Using this conceptual model as a guide, rape is examined in a random sample of 35 world societies. Rape is not a forbidden behavior; this research demonstrates the masking effects of… 

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