Stats: Selected Sources
National Sexual Assault Stats
- CDC Sexual Violence Data Sources, Center for Disease Control
- National Campus Sexual Assault Statistics, One in Four USA (with citations)
- CDC LGBT Sexual Violence Data Source, Center for Disease Control
- Communities of Color Sexual Violence Facts & Stats, Women of Color Network
- Male Sexual Violence Statistics, 1 in 6 Male Support Organization
- People with Disabilities Sexual Violence Statistics, National Center for Victims of Crime
- 2015 Sexual Victimization and Social Norms on the College Campus (National data), Everfi
Minnesota Sexual Assault Stats
- 2016 Sexual Assault Data Reporting Manual for Institutional Reports, Minnesota Office of Higher Education
- MNCASA Fact Sheets, Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault
- UMN Boynton College Health Student Survey, Boynton Health Services
- 2015 UMNTC AAU Campus Climate Survey of Sexual Assault & Sexual Misconduct, University of Minnesota, TC
- CDC Intimate Partner Violence Data Sources, Center for Disease Control
- 2016 Minnesota Femicide (Domestic Violence Homicide) Report, Minnesota Coaltion for Battered Women
- Stalking Fact Sheet, Stalking Resource Center. National Center for Victims of Crime.
- Buchwald, E., Fletcher, P. R., & Roth, M. (1993). Transforming a rape culture. Minneapolis, MN: Milkweed Editions.
- Friedman, J., & Valenti, J. (2008). Yes means yes!: Visions of female sexual power & a world without rape. Berkeley, Calif.: Seal Press.
- Harding, K. (2015). Asking for It: The Alarming Rise of Rape Culture--and What We Can Do About It. Boston, MA. First Da Capo Press edition.
- Thomas-Card, T. and Eichele, K. (2017). Blending Victim Advocacy and Violence Prevention When Training Student Volunteers on College Campuses. In Sara Carrigan Wooten, & Roland W. Mitchell (Eds.) Preventing Sexual Violence on Campus: Challenging Traditional Approaches through Program Innovation (pp. 3-25). New York: Routledge.
- Thomas-Card, T. and Eichele, K. (2015). Comprehensive College- or University-based Sexual Violence Prevention and Direct Service Program: A Framework. In Sara Carrigan Wooten, & Roland W. Mitchell (Eds.) The Crisis of Campus Sexual Violence: Critical Perspectives on Prevention and Response (pp. 149-168). New York: Routledge.
Researchers & Professionals in the Field
Predictors of Sexual Assault Specific Prosocial Bystander Behavior and Intentions
Dr. Rebecca Campbell is a Professor of Psychology at Michigan State University. She holds a Ph.D. in community psychology with a concentration in statistics, also from Michigan State University. For the past 25 years, she has been conducting community-based research on violence against women and children, with an emphasis on sexual assault. Dr. Campbell’s research examines how contact with the legal and medical systems affects adult, adolescent, and pediatric victims’ psychological and physical health. Most recently, she was the lead researcher for the National Institute of Justice-funded Detroit Sexual Assault Kit Action Research Project, which was a four-year multidisciplinary study of Detroit’s untested rape kits. Dr. Campbell also conducts training for law enforcement and multidisciplinary practitioners in civilian, military, and campus community settings on the neurobiology of trauma. In 2015, Dr. Campbell received the Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime, Vision 21 Crime Victims Research Award.
Neurobiology of Sexual Assault
Pathways to help: Adolescent sexual assault victims’ disclosure and help-seeking experiences.
The Macho Paradox: Why some men hurt women and how all men can help.
Man Enough? Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and the Politics of Presidential Masculinity.
Tough Guise 2: Violence, Manhood, and American Culture (2013)
Spin the Bottle: Sex, Lies, and Alcohol (2004)
Wrestling with Manhood: Boys, Bullying, and Battering (2003)
Tough Guise: Violence, Media, and the Crisis in Masculinity (2000)
Can’t Buy My Love: How Advertising Changes the Way We Think and Feel
So Sexy So Soon: The New Sexualized Childhood and What Parents can do to Protect Their Kids
Miss Representation (2011)
Killing Us Softly 4 (2010)
Spin The Bottle: Sex, Lies, and Alcohol (2004)
Guyland: Where Boys Become Men
Boys and Men Healing
Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes (2006)
I am a Man: Black Masculinity in America (1997)
Rape: A Loaded Issue for Black Men
Getting Off: Pornography and the End of Masculinity
Dr. Gail Dines is a professor of sociology and women’s studies at Wheelock College in Boston, an internationally acclaimed speaker, author, and a feminist public intellectual. Her writing and lectures focus on the hypersexualization of the culture and the ways that porn images filter down into mainstream pop culture. Gail’s powerful TEDx talk provides an introduction to her work. Gail is a recipient of the Myers Center Award for the Study of Human Rights. Gail is founder and President of Culture Reframed – a health promotion non-profit organization that recognizes and addresses pornography as the public health crisis of the digital age.
Pornland: How Porn has Hijacked Our Sexuality
Gender, Race and Class in Media
Pornography: The Production and Consumption of Inequality
Price of Pleasure: Pornography, Sexuality, & Relationships (2008)
The Strength to Resist: The Media's Impact on Women and Girls
Peggy Reeves Sanday
Rape-Prone Versus Rape-Free Campus Cultures
Fraternity Gang Rape: Sex, Brotherhood, and Privilege on Campus
A Woman Scorned: Acquaintance Rape on Trial
Donna M. Hughes, Ph.D.
Fact Sheets and Research Reports
Opinion and Analysis Articles
Violence Against Women and Children
Battered Women, Their Children, and International Law
Companion reader on violence against women.
Parenting by men who batter women: New directions for assessment and intervention.
Included in a list of publications is a well-known book he co-authored, Sourcebook on violence against women.
Ending Rape TEDxPSU
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Included in his published works is a chapter titled, "Sanctioning for Sexual Misconduct." In The NCHERM Chronicle of Campus Conduct. Vol. 1, Issue 31. October 21st, 2005. NCHERM: Malvern, PA.