Handbook of sexual assault and sexual assault prevention / William T. O'Donohue, Paul A. Schewe, editors.
- Cham : Springer, 
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- Part I: Theories of Sexual Assault
Chapter 1: A Feminist Perspective on Sexual Assault
Chapter 2: An Evolutionary Perspective on Sexual Assault and Implications for Interventions
Part II: Culture and Society
Chapter 3: History of the Anti-Rape Movement
Chapter 4: Cultural Considerations in Sexual Assault
Chapter 5: Social Policy and Sexual Assault
Chapter 6: Framing #MeToo: Assessing the Power and Unintended Impacts of a Social Media Movement to Address Sexual Assault
Chapter 7: Pornography and Sexual Violence
Chapter 8: Pornography and Sexual Assault
Chapter 9: Rape Mythology and Victim Blaming as a Social Construct
Part III: Risk Factors of Sexual Victimization and Perpetration
Chapter 10: Who is at High Risk for Victimhood?
Chapter 11: Alcohol and Sexual Assault
Chapter 12: Risk Perception and Sexual Assault
Chapter 13: Empathy and Sexual Offending: Theory, Research and Practice
Chapter 14: Overview of Adult Sexual Offender Typologies
Chapter 15: The Role of Hypermasculinity as a Risk Factor in Sexual Assault Perpetration
Part IV: Victimology
Chapter 16: The Sequelae of Sexual Assault
Chapter 17: Understanding PTSD and Sexual Assault
Chapter 18: Blame and Shame in Sexual Assault
Chapter 19: Recovered Memory and Sexual Assault
Chapter 20: Sexual Assault and Memory
Chapter 21: The Impact of Sexual Assault on Sexual Function: Strategies for Treatment and Prevention
Chapter 22: Impulsivity and Sexual Assault
Part V: Prevention and Intervention
Chapter 23: Theories of Sexual Violence Prevention
Chapter 24: Definition, Communication and Interpretation of Sexual Consent
Chapter 25: History and Theoretical Understanding of Bystander Intervention
Chapter 26: Bystander Program Effectiveness: A Review of the Evidence in Educational Settings (2007-2018)
Chapter 27: The Use of Humor as an Effective Tool in Sexual Violence Prevention Education
Chapter 28: Mindfulness and Sexual Vio lence
Chapter 29: Treating the Adult Sexual Assault Victim: Evidence Based Assessment and Treatment
Chapter 30: The Effectiveness of Psychoeducation and Brief Treatments in the Aftermath of Sexual Assault
Chapter 31: The Good Lives Model and the Rehabilitation of Individuals Convicted of Sexual Offending
Part VI: Sexual Assault and the Law
Chapter 32: Understanding False Allegations of Sexual Assault
Chapter 33: Rape and the Jury
Chapter 34: Policing Sexual Assault: Lessons Learned in Los Angeles
Chapter 35: Reporting Sexual Assault: Process and Barriers Victims Experience
Chapter 36: The Forensic Sexual Assault Medical Legal Examination: The SANE Exam
Chapter 37: Decision Making in Title IX Investigations: A Hypothesis Testing Approach to Overcome Cognitive Bias
Chapter 38: Can We Prevent Sexual Homicide? An Examination of Correlates of a Lethal Outcome in Sexual Assaults
Part VII: Special Populations
Chapter 39: LGBT Communities and Sexual Assault
Chapter 40: Sexual Victimization among Sexual and Ethnic Minority Women: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice
Chapter 41: Homelessness and Sexual Assault
Chapter 42: Military Sexual Assault
Chapter 43: The Prison Rape Elimination Act: The Development of a Social Problem and Response to the Problem?
Chapter 44: Sexual Assault and Intercollegiate Athletes
Chapter 45: Exhibitionism
Chapter 46: Sexual Assault and Female Gang Involvement: A Look at Risk Amplification and Prevention
Chapter 47: Consistency of Offender Behaviors and Victim Targeting in Serial Sexual Violence: An Overview of the Field
Chapter 48: Intimate Partner Sexual Violence and Gender Asymmetry
Chapter 49: Exploring the Relationship between Intimate Partner Sexual Assault, Severe Abuse, and Coercive Control.
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- O'Donohue, William T., editor.
Schewe, Paul A., editor.
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