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Just Sex?: The Cultural Scaffolding of Rape

@inproceedings{Gavey2005JustST,
  title={Just Sex?: The Cultural Scaffolding of Rape},
  author={Nicola Gavey},
  year={2005}
}
  • N. Gavey
  • Published 8 February 2005
  • Psychology
Introduction. Part 1: Rape in a Different Light. Rape as a Social Problem. The Discovery of a Rape Epidemic. Part 2: Gender, Power and Sexuality - and the Limits of Individual Choice. The Social Construction of Sex, Subjectivity and the Body. Heterosexuality Under the Microscope. Unsexy Sex: Unwanted Sex, Sexual Coercion and Rape. Part 3: Going Too Far, Not Going Far Enough. Can a Woman be Raped and Not Know It? Turning the Tables? Women Raping Men. Towards Ending Rape. 

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