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Weeks 3 and 4- Class Notes

by: Elina Doolabh

Weeks 3 and 4- Class Notes 21151

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I combined the notes from weeks 3 and 4, since most of what we did in class was watch videos and then discuss the events of the videos. These notes cover the following topics: -Sexual offending o...
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Elina Doolabh on Thursday February 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 21151 at Wake Forest University taught by Beth Montplasier in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 17 views. For similar materials see PREPARE- Bystander Intervention Training in Women and Gender studies at Wake Forest University.

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Date Created: 02/11/16
1­26­16 WGS 397­ PREPARE Sexual Offending on College Campuses ­ More predatory (usually involve two people who know each other) Why people sexually offend? ­ Child abuse ­ Power and control*** Most often ­ Misunderstanding ­ Peer pressure ­ Mentally ill ­ Drunk ­ Desperate (can’t get any) **MYTH People who get sexually offended? – Vulnerability ­ Men in Prison ­ Children ­ Elderly Reality of Sexual Offenders ­ There is no “profile” ­ Most offenders are serial offenders ­ Vast majority of sexual assaults are perpetrated by serial offenders ­ Serial offenders are typically predatory Research has suggested ­ Sexual predators are few in number ­ 3About 5% of college men admit to committing rapes (serial and single act) ­ About 3% are serial rapists with an average of 14 offenses Alcohol and Sexual Assault ­ Perpetrator o Before: Self­expectancies o Stereotypes about women who drink alcohol o Alcohol and effects o During: look for confirming behavior o After: contribution of peer norms ­ Survivor / Victim o Before: alcohol expectancies o During: less able to perceive cues o More conflict and uncertainty in how to respond o Motor skills impacted o After: held responsible for controlling men’s sexuality 2­2­16 WGS 397­ PREPARE Gender Roles Women What are women supposed to be like? ­ Physically ­ Socially ­ Emotionally ­ Sexually ­ Academically Men What are men supposed to be like? ­ Physically ­ Socially ­ Emotionally ­ Sexually ­ Academically Which box has more power? ­ Man… more positive traits. Women were supposed to be more submissive ­ Bad words men were called were feminized Rape Culture: what do men do to prevent rape vs. what do women do to prevent being raped. 


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