Stalking victimization among college women and subsequent help-seeking behaviors.

  title={Stalking victimization among college women and subsequent help-seeking behaviors.},
  author={Eric R. Buhi and Heather B. Clayton and Heather Hepler Surrency},
  journal={Journal of American college health : J of ACH},
  volume={57 4},
OBJECTIVE The authors examined the incidence of stalking victimization and subsequent help-seeking behaviors among college women. PARTICIPANTS AND METHODS A stratified random sample of college women (N = 391) completed an anonymous Internet-based questionnaire in spring 2006. RESULTS One-fifth of women reported stalking victimization while enrolled at their current institution. Individuals known by victims, such as the following, were most commonly reported as stalkers: acquaintances (48.7… CONTINUE READING

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