The Differential Risk Factors of Physically Forced and Alcohol- or Other Drug-Enabled Sexual Assault Among University Women

@article{Krebs2009TheDR,
  title={The Differential Risk Factors of Physically Forced and Alcohol- or Other Drug-Enabled Sexual Assault Among University Women},
  author={Christopher P. Krebs and Christine H. Lindquist and Tara D. Warner and Bonnie S. Fisher and Sandra L Martin},
  journal={Violence and Victims},
  year={2009},
  volume={24},
  pages={302 - 321}
}
The Campus Sexual Assault Study examined whether undergraduate women’s victimization experiences prior to college and lifestyle activities during college were differentially associated with the type of sexual assault they experienced: physically forced sexual assault and incapacitated sexual assault. Self-reported data collected using a Web-based survey administered to more than 5,000 undergraduate women at two large public universities indicated that victimization experiences before college… 
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