Sexual Assault of College Women: A Feminist Interpretation of a Routine Activities Analysis

@article{Mustaine2002SexualAO,
  title={Sexual Assault of College Women: A Feminist Interpretation of a Routine Activities Analysis},
  author={E. Mustaine and R. Tewksbury},
  journal={Criminal Justice Review},
  year={2002},
  volume={27},
  pages={123 - 89}
}
  • E. Mustaine, R. Tewksbury
  • Published 2002
  • Psychology
  • Criminal Justice Review
  • Sexual assault has been a frequent topic of research for several decades, especially for feminist researchers. Generally, feminist research suggest that there are high levels of sexual assault against women because of a patriarchal, rape-supportive culture. However, not all women have the same heightened risk for sexual assault victimization. Wh the feminist perspective does not adequately account for are the variations in rape victimization rates across the female population. This is where the… CONTINUE READING
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