UK university students’ perceptions and negotiations of sexual consent

@article{Wignall2020UKUS,
  title={UK university students’ perceptions and negotiations of sexual consent},
  author={Liam Wignall and Jade L. Stirling and Ryan Scoats},
  journal={Psychology \& Sexuality},
  year={2020},
  volume={13},
  pages={474 - 486}
}
ABSTRACT There is a growing recognition of the importance of trying to understand how sexual consent is understood and negotiated, yet research in this area is still developing. In particular, there is a need to better understand how young adults, a group significantly more likely to be victims of sexual assault, negotiate sexual consent across a range of cultural settings. Utilising semi-structured interviews, this research explores 20 British University students’ perspectives and behaviours… 

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