Below is a non-exhaustive list of research relevant to campus advocates and prevention professionals. We welcome additions to this list. Please send us any articles or white papers that you find relevant to your work that you would like to have listed here by e-mailing email@example.com. A list of journals that publish articles related to campus prevention and advocacy is forthcoming and we welcome additions to that list as well at the e-mail address above.
Bannon, Sean R., Matthew W. Brosi, and John D. Foubert. 2013. “Sorority Women’s and Fraternity Men’s Rape Myth Acceptance and Bystander Intervention Attitudes.” Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice 50(1): 72-87.
Black, Katherine A. and Kathy A. McCloskey. 2013. “Predicting Date Rape Perceptions: The Effects of Gender, Gender Role Attitudes and Victim Resistance.” Violence Against Women 19(8): 949-967.
Bohner, Gerd, Siebler, Frank, and Jurgen Schmelcher. 2006. “Social Norms and the Likelihood of Raping: Perceived Rape Myth Acceptance of Others Affects Men’s Rape Proclivity.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 32(3): 286-297.
Broadhurst, Christopher, and Georgianna L. Martin. 2014. “Part of the ‘Establishment’? Fostering Positive Campus Climates for Student Activists.” Journal of College and Character 15(2): 75-85.
Cantalupo, Nancy Chi. 2009. “Campus Violence: Understanding the Extraordinary Through the Ordinary.” Journal of College and University Law 35(3): 613-690.
Coker, Ann L., Paige H. Smith, Daniel J. Whitaker, Brenda Le, Timothy N. Crawford, and Vicki C. Flerx. 2012. “Effect of an In-Clinic IPV Advocate Intervention to Increase Help Seeking, Reduce Violence and Improve Well-Being.” Violence Against Women 18(1): 118-131.
Coker, Ann L., Patricia G. Cook-Craig, Corrine M. Williams, Bonnie S. Fisher, Emily R. Clear, Lisandra S. Garcia and Lea M. Hegge. 2011. “Evaluation of Green Dot: An Active Bystander Intervention to Reduce Sexual Violence on College Campuses.” Violence Against Women 17(6): 777-796.
Cowley, Amanda D. 2013. “Let’s Get Drunk and Have Sex: The Complex Relationship of Alcohol, Gender and Sexual Victimization.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 29(7): 1258-1278.
Craig, Stephen C. and Michael A. Maggiotto. 1982. “Measuring Political Efficacy.” Political Methodology 8(3): 85-109.
Deming, Michelle E., Eleanor Krassen Covan, Suzanne C. Swan, and Deborah Billings. 2013. “Exploring Rape Myths, Gendered Norms, Group Processing, and the Social Context of Rape Among College Women: A Qualitative Analysis.” Violence Against Women 19(4): 465-485.
Evans, Thomas M., and J. Reid Meloy. 2011. “Identifying and Classifying Juvenile Stalking Behavior.” Journal of Forensic Sciences 56(S1): S266-270.
Flack, William F., Marcia L. Caron, Sarah J. Leinen, Katherine G. Breitenbach, Ann M. Barber, Elaine N. Brown, Caitlin T. Gilbert, Taylor F. Harchak, Melissa M. Hendricks, Catherine E. Rector, Heather T. Schatten, and Heather C. Stein. 2008. “’The Red Zone’ Temporal Risk for Unwanted Sex Among College Students.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 23(9): 1177-1196.
Grasgreen, Allie, “Accused of Rape, Men Allege Discrimination Under Title IX,” Inside Higher Ed, 9 August, 2013.
Groden, Claire, “Campus Rape Victims Find a Voice,” Time, 8 August, 2013.
Hollander, Jocelyn A. 2014. “Does Self-Defense Training Prevent Sexual Violence Against Women?” Violence Against Women 20(3): 252-269.
Kilpatrick, Dean G., Edmunds, Christine N. and Anne K. Seymour. 1992. Rape In America: A Report to the Nation.
Kilpatrick, Dean G., Resnick, Heidi S., Ruggiero, Kenneth J., Conoscenti, Lauren M., and Jenna McCauley. 2007. Drug Facilitated, Incapacitated, and Forcible Rape: A National Study. Charleston, SC: Medical University of South Carolina, National Crime Victims and Treatment Center.
Kimble, Matthew, Andrada D. Neacsui, William F. Black, and Jessica Horner. 2008. “Risk of Unwanted Sex for College Women: Evidence for a Red Zone.” Journal of American College Health 57(3): 331-337.
Krebs, Christopher P., Lindquist, Christine H., Warner, Tara D., Fisher, Bonnie S., and Sandra L. Martin. 2007. The Campus Sexual Assault (CSA) Study.
Lisak, David, Lori Gardiner, Sarah C. Nicksa, and Ashley M. Cote. 2010. “False Allegations of Sexual Assault: An Analysis of Ten Years of Reported Cases.” Violence Against Women 16(12): 1318-1334.
Lisak, David, and Paul M. Miller. 2002. “Repeat Rape and Multiple Offending Among Undetected Rapists.” Violence and Victims, 17(1): 73-84.
Lombardi, Kristen. 2010. “A Lack of Consequences for Sexual Assault: Students Found ‘Responsible’ Face Modest Penalties, While Victims are Traumatized.” The Center for Public Integrity. www.publicintegrity.org/print/4360 (accessed April 18, 2013).
Lonsway, Kimberly A., Joanne Archambault, and David Lisak. 2009. “False Reports: Moving Beyond the Issue to Successfully Investigate and Prosecute Non-Stranger Sexual Assault.” The National Center for the Prosecution of Violence Against Women.
Maier, Shana L. 2008. “’I Have Heard Horror Stories . . .’: Rape Victim Advocates’ Perceptions of the Revictimization of Rape Victims by the Police and Medical System.” Violence Against Women 14(7): 786-808.
Martin, Patricia Y., and Robert A. Hummer. 2011. “Fraternities and Rape on Campus.” In Feminist Frontiers, 9th edition. Eds. Verta Taylor, Nancy Whittier, and Leila J. Rupp. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Mohandie, Kris, Meloy, J. Reid, McGowan, Mila Green, and Jenn Williams. 2006. “The RECON Typology of Stalking: Reliability and Validity Based Upon a Large Sample of North American Stalkers.” Journal of Forensic Sciences 51(1): 147-155.
Orchowski, Lindsay, and Christine A. Gidycz. 2012. “To Whom Do College Women Confide Following Sexual Assault? A Prospective Study of Predictors of Sexual Assault Disclosure and Social Reactions.” Violence Against Women 18(3): 264-288.
O'Sullivan, Chris. S. 1991. “Acquaintance gang rape on campus.” In A. Parrot and L. Bechhofer (Eds.), Acquaintance rape: The hidden crime. New York: Wiley.
Patterson, Debra, and Rebecca Campbell. 2010. “Why Rape Survivors Participate in the Criminal Justice System.” Journal of Community Psychology 38(2): 191-205.
Paul, Lisa A., Andrew Kehn, Matt J. Gray, and Joanna Salapska-Gelleri. 2014. “Perceptions of, and Assistance Provided to, a Hypothetical Rape Victim: Differences Between Rape Disclosure Recipients and Nonrecipients.” Journal of American College Health 62(6): 426-433.
Paul, Lisa A., Kate Walsh, Jenna L. McCauley, Kenneth J. Ruggiero, Heidi S. Resnick and Dean G. Kilpatrick. 2013. “College Women’s Experiences with Rape Disclosure: A National Study.” Violence Against Women 19(4): 486-502.
Parnitzke Smith, Carly, and Jennifer J. Freyd. 2013. “Dangerous Safe Havens: Institutional Betrayal Exacerbates Sexual Trauma.” Journal of Traumatic Stress 26: 119-124.
Perez-Pena, Richard, “College Groups Connect to Fight Sexual Assault,” New York Times, 19 March, 2013.
Peterson, Zoe D., and Charlene L. Muehlenhard. 2011. “A Match-and-Motivation Model of How Women Label Their Nonconsensual Sexual Experiences.” Psychology of Women Quarterly 35(4): 558-570.
Sabina, Chiara, and Lavina Y. Ho. 2014. “Campus and College Victim Responses to Sexual Assault and Dating Violence: Disclosure, Service Utilization, and Service Provision.” Trauma Violence Abuse. Forthcoming.
Sander, Libby, “Quiet No Longer, Rape Survivors Put Pressure on Colleges,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 12 August, 2013.
Schwartz, Martin D. and Walter S. DeKeseredy. 2008. “Interpersonal Violence Against Women: The Role of Men.” Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 24(2): 178-185.
Schwartz, Martin D., and Molly S. Leggett. 1999. “Bad Dates or Emotional Trauma?: The Aftermath of Campus Sexual Assault.” Violence Against Women 5(3): 251-271.
Scully, Diana. 1994. Understanding Sexual Violence: A Study of Convicted Rapists. New York: Routledge.
Tharp, Andra T., DeGue, Sarah, Valle, Linda A., Brookmeyer, Kathryn A., Massetti, Greta M., Matjasko, Jennifer L. 2013. “A Systematic Qualitative Review of Risk and Protective Factors for Sexual Violence Perpetration.” Trauma, Violence & Abuse. 14(2): 133-167.
Thompson, Martie P. 2014. “Risk and Protective Factors for Sexual Aggression and Dating Violence: Common Themes and Future Directions.” Trauma Violence Abuse. Forthcoming.
U.S. Congress. Senate. Subcommittee on Financial Contracting and Oversight. 2014. Sexual Violence on Campus: How Too Many Institutions of Higher Education Are Failing to Protect Students.
U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights. January 2001. Revised Sexual Harassment Guidance: Harassment of Students by School Employees, Other Students, or Third Parties.
U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights. October 2010. Dear Colleague Letter: Harassment and Bullying.
U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights. April 2011. Dear Colleague Letter: Sexual Violence.
U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights. April 2014. Questions and Answers on Title IX and Sexual Violence.
U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice. December 2000. The Sexual Victimization of College Women.
White House Council on Women and Girls. January 2014. Rape and Sexual Assault: A Renewed Call to Action.
White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault. April 2014. Not Alone: The First Report of the White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault.