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May 2012


Citebase

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Campus Sexual Assault Response Teams and Peer Education Groups

IVRT: Interpersonal Violence Response Team, Northern Illinois University PAIRS: Providing Advocacy and Intervention Regarding Sexual Assault, SUNY Oneonta SAFER: Sexual Assault Free Environment Resource, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo SOS: Sexual Offense Support, Delaware State SRVP: Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention, West Chester University CARE: Campus Assault Response, James Madison University SARV: Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence Team, University of South Carolina STAR: Students

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Bibliography for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse

Books and Articles: Ainscough, C. & Toon, K. (2000). Surviving Childhood Sexual Abuse. Great Britain: Fisher Books. Bass, E. & Davis, L. (2003). Beginning to Heal. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, Inc. Black, C. & DeBlassie, R. (1993). Sexual Abuse in Male Children and Adolescents: Indicators, Effects, and Treatments. Adolescence, 28(109), 123-133. Carnes, P. (1991). Don’t Call it Love. New York: Bantam Books. Creswell, M.

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The Daddy Balance

By Doug Gertner Like a walk on a high wire or an advanced yoga pose, the challenge of balancing our work and family life keeps most fathers on our toes. During my regular workshops with soon-to-be first-time fathers, their top concern is time management after their child arrives. As men we tend to identify closely with our paid work, and our important role as

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NOMAS Endorses the NY Model for Batterer Programs

After years of exploring a wide range of batterer program models, the National Council of NOMAS has given its full support to the New York Model for Batterer Programs (www.nymbp.org). This model was determined to be most in keeping with NOMAS principles and beliefs about sexism, domestic violence and batterer programs. Batterer programs, created in the mid 70’s, were originally designed to “treat” offenders.

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Acquaintance Rape of College Students: A problem oriented guide for police

The Problem of Acquaintance Rape of College Students Rape is the most common violent crime on American college campuses today. This guide describes the problem of acquaintance rape of college students, addressing its scope, causes and contributing factors; methods for analyzing it on a particular campus; tested responses; and measures for assessing response effectiveness. With this information, police and public safety officers can more

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Male Sexuality: Moving Beyond the Myths

by Merle Longwood This article appeared in the Christian Century, April 13, 1988, p. 363. Copyright by the Christian Century Foundation and reprinted by permission. Current articles and subscription information can be found at www.christiancentury.org. Issue of the Christian Century. Subscriptions: $49/yr. from P. O. Box 700, Mt. Morris, IL 61054. (800) 208-4097. When I began teaching Christian ethics in the late 1960s, I

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Racial Intervention Story Exchange (RISE)

I have recently developed a Web Repository – The Racial Intervention Story Exchange – where students, teachers, employees, managers, and other concerned people can exchange stories of the ways in which they have intervened across racial lines. When European Americans consider racism in the US, they often think of the KKK and skinheads, but what dominates the attention of many people-of-color are what Lauren

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