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On SAGE Insight: #MeToo: Disclosure and Response to Sexual Victimization on Twitter

From Journal of Interpersonal Violence Sexual violence is a pervasive public health problem, with one in five women experiencing attempted or completed rape in their lifetime. Sexual victimization is associated with a range of serious physical and psychological consequences The … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Reporting rape: Victim perspectives on advocacy support in the criminal justice process

From Criminology and Criminal Justice Concerns about the criminal justice response to rape have prompted the development of victim advocacy services. This article draws upon a study evaluating an innovative advocacy model introduced in Scotland to assist reporting rape to … Continue reading

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Do we accept military rape as a consequence of the brutal environment of war?

Front and Center: Sexual Violence in U.S. Military Law From Politics and Society Despite the military campaign to address the issue, soldier-on-soldier sexual violence continues to occur with astonishing frequency. Many see military rape as an inevitable consequence of the … Continue reading

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