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CDC rape statistics
The University of New Hampshire program
Malone, S. “University of New Hampshire Sets National Model for Rape Prevention,” Huffington Post, May 3, 2014.
The University of Kentucky green dot program
Zimmerman, E. “Sex Ed on Campus,” New York Times, June 23, 2016.
The study of rape prevention at three Canadian universities
Senn, CY et al. “Efficacy of a Sexual Assault Resistance Program for University Women,” New England Journal of Medicine (2015) 372:2326.
Hoffman, J. “College Rape Prevention Program Proves a Success,” New York Times, June 11, 2015.
The Navy’s boot camp rape prevention program
Shanker, T. “At Navy Installation, Sexual Assault Prevention Begins at Boot Camp,” New York Times, July, 8, 2013.
The CDC’s evaluation of sexual violence prevention strategies
Alcohol and rape
Harrnington, N.T. and H. Leitenberg. “Relationship Between Alcohol Consumption and Victim Behaviors Immediately Proceeding Sexual Aggression by Acquaintances,” Violence and Victims (1994) 9:315.
Some fraternities have clamped down on sexual assault
Robbins, A. “A Frat Boy and Gentleman,” New York Times, Jan. 27.2019.
Studies of bystander training programs
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Sexual assault prevention programs in high schools
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Wakabayashi, D. and J. Silver-Greenberg. “Facebook to Drop Forced Arbitration in Sexual Harassment Cases,” New York Times, Nov. 10, 2018.
False allegations of rape and sexual harassment
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