Who wins in the status games? Violence, sexual violence, and an emerging single standard among adolescent women.

@article{Krauss2006WhoWI,
  title={Who wins in the status games? Violence, sexual violence, and an emerging single standard among adolescent women.},
  author={Beatrice J. Krauss and Joanne O'Day and Christopher M. Godfrey and Kevin Rente and Elizabeth Freidin and Erica Bratt and Nadia Minian and Kraig Knibb and Christy A. Welch and Robert I. Kaplan and Gauri Saxena and Shawn P McGinniss and Jacqueline Gilroy and Peter C. Nwakeze and Saundra Curtain},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2006},
  volume={1087},
  pages={
          56-73
        }
}
Throughout U.S. history, women have changed their sexual behaviors in response to, or as actors affecting, economic, political, and legal imperatives; to preserve health; to promote new relationship, identity or career paths; to assert a set of values; as a result of new reproductive technologies; or to gain status. In adjusting to pressures or goals, women have not always acted, or been able to act, in the interests of their own health, identity, or status. As this article will demonstrate… CONTINUE READING
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