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Monday, April 11

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    Demographics and RMA- men, younger people, and blacks have higher RMA
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Thursday, March 31

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    RMS sanchez 1997
    ASI ambivalent sexism inventory
    http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/homo-consumericus/200901/exploring-the-items-used-measure-benevolent-sexism
    {Glick_Fiske[1].pdf}

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Thursday, March 24

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    Common themes in literature:
    The
    Demographics and RMA- men, younger people, and blacks have higher RMA
    Connection between RMA and ambivalent sexism (hostile and benevolent)
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    Connection between RMA and ambivalent sexism (hostile and benevolent)
    Rape myth content about both perpetrator and victim
    Implications-creates scripts/scenarios where one is good or bad victim, turns validity of rape from question of very specific kind of consent at the time of sex to easily de-legitimatized
    Implications
    of RMA and these scripts for prevention
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    in the media,etc. media,etc.A
    Rape scales:
    Burt's RMAS (1981)
    Illinois RMAS(payne,loyway,fitzgerald 1999)
    date rape DRMAS (truman,tokar,fisher,1996)
    SRMS stanger rape myth (lee,pomeroy,yoo,2005)
    RMS sanchez 1997
    ASI ambivalent sexism inventory

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    Common themes in literature:
    Demographics and RMA- men, younger people, and blacks have higher RMA
    Connection between RMA and ambivalent sexism (hostile and benevolent)
    Rape myth content about both perpetrator and victim
    Implications of RMA for prevention policy, attitudes towards particular cases of rape in the media,etc.
    Rape scales:

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Tuesday, March 15

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    http://kar.kent.ac.uk/4120/
    http://jiv.sagepub.com/content/22/8/973.full.pdf+html
    http://www.springerlink.com/content/m9h6488n64177213/
    To find and print:
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    To check out: http://www.worldcat.org/title/calling-it-rape-rape-myth-acceptance-and-situational-characteristics-as-related-to-rape-acknowledgement/oclc/46004328
    Ehrlich, Susan. “Communities of practice, gender, and the representation of sexual assault.” Language in society 28.2. (1999): 239-256.

    {Rape%20Myths_Questions.pdf}
    {metaanalysisstopblamingvictim.pdf}
    {prevalencerapemythsheadlines.pdf}
    {rapemythspsycholegalconsequences.pdf}
    USEFUL THESES:
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    http://etd.ohiolink.edu/send-pdf.cgi/Jones%20Robin%20M.pdf?ouhonors1277656941
    http://wesscholar.wesleyan.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1544&context=etd_hon_theses

    Defining rape: Legal language at the intersection of symbolic, individual and institutional gendered violence
    In recent news, the "No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act" has stirred controversy in its attempt to "re-define" rape by distinguishing "forcible rape" from other "non-forcible" rape. This proposal is worrying for feminists because it denies that rape of any kind is inherently forcible; there is no hierarchy of degrees of agency or consent among different kinds of rape. By asserting that not all rape is necessarily forcible, this new definition can be used to validate victim-blaming in rape court cases.
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Saturday, February 26

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Thursday, February 24

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    {Rape%20Myths_Questions.pdf}
    {metaanalysisstopblamingvictim.pdf}
    {prevalencerapemythsheadlines.pdf}
    {rapemythspsycholegalconsequences.pdf}

    Defining rape: Legal language at the intersection of symbolic, individual and institutional gendered violence
    In recent news, the "No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act" has stirred controversy in its attempt to "re-define" rape by distinguishing "forcible rape" from other "non-forcible" rape. This proposal is worrying for feminists because it denies that rape of any kind is inherently forcible; there is no hierarchy of degrees of agency or consent among different kinds of rape. By asserting that not all rape is necessarily forcible, this new definition can be used to validate victim-blaming in rape court cases.
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