Polyvictimization prevalence rates for sexual and gender minority adolescents: Breaking down the silos of victimization research.

@article{Sterzing2017PolyvictimizationPR,
  title={Polyvictimization prevalence rates for sexual and gender minority adolescents: Breaking down the silos of victimization research.},
  author={Paul R Sterzing and Rachel E. Gartner and Jeremy T. Goldbach and Briana L. McGeough and G. Allen Ratliff and Kelly C Johnson},
  journal={Psychology of Violence},
  year={2017},
  volume={9},
  pages={419}
}
  • Paul R Sterzing, Rachel E. Gartner, +3 authors Kelly C Johnson
  • Published 2017
  • Psychology
  • Psychology of Violence
  • Objective: To identify lifetime polyvictimization rates by gender identity and sexual orientation, for a national sample of sexual and gender minority adolescents. Method: An anonymous, incentivized, online survey was completed by 1177 sexual and gender minority adolescents who were currently enrolled in middle or high school (14 to 19-years-old). Results: Most of the sample experienced some form of lifetime physical assault (81.3%), bullying victimization (88.8%), sexual victimization (80.6… CONTINUE READING

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