Into the Gray: Attitudes, Beliefs, and Perceptions About Date Rape, Alcohol-related Rape, and Non-Consensual Drug Use Rape on a College Campus
An epidemic has swept our college campuses. Categorized broadly as non- stranger rape, many women fall victim to non-stranger male perpetrators. In this study, a stratified random sample of 432 respondents on the University of Central Florida's main campus was surveyed. Results display responses to attitude statements as well as rape scenarios. According to findings of the OLS regression analyses, there are significant differences between male and female perceptions of rape. This study supports findings on non-stranger rape and extends research to cover alcohol-related rape and nonconsensual drug use rape.
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Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
College of Arts and Sciences
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Panarello, Triscia, "Into the Gray: Attitudes, Beliefs, and Perceptions About Date Rape, Alcohol-related Rape, and Non-Consensual Drug Use Rape on a College Campus" (1998). HIM 1990-2015. 118.