Sexual Assault Program and Proactive Bystander Behaviors: What Matters?
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University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Sexual assault on college campuses is a public health issue. More than fifteen percent of women in the United States will be sexually assaulted while in college (Carey, Durney, Shepardson, & Carey, 2015). That is more than 1 in 4 college women. In response to this public health concern, college campuses are delivering various prevention and bystander intervention programs in hopes to educate and ultimately prevent sexual assault (Rothman & Silverman, 2007). Colleges which are often the first opportunity for students to experience living away from the guidance of their parents and adjust to managing their own lives can also be one of the riskiest. This project will explore what factors may impact the learning process of college students. This research will be able to help understand what aspects matter when it comes proactive bystander intervention among college students. Policy implications will be discussed.
COLLEGE LIVING SITUATIONSINFORMAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIESPROACTIVE BYSTANDER INTERVENTION OPPORTUNITIES
Mennicke, AnneliseBlowers, Anita
Thesis (M.S.)--University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2018.
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