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Journal Article

Citation

Schulze C, Perkins W. J. School Violence 2017; 16(2): 148-159.

Copyright

(Copyright © 2017, Informa - Taylor and Francis Group)

DOI

10.1080/15388220.2017.1284481

PMID

unavailable

Abstract

The sexual victimization of sexual minorities enrolled in college is not a topic that has been well researched. The present study examines the awareness that college minority students have of services they can access in the event they experience sexual violence. The results indicate that many students are unaware of specific services that they can access if they are sexually victimized. Disclosing an incident of sexual violence, or being the recipient of a disclosure of sexual violence, is related to knowledge of aftercare services. Non-White students demonstrate less awareness of services than White students, indicating that these students may not receive aftercare in the event of sexual victimization because they do not have the knowledge of which services are available. Several policy recommendations and directions for future research stem from these findings.


Language: en

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