Titel: Handbook of Sexual Assault and Sexual Assault Prevention
1st ed. 2019.
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Herausgegeben von William T. O'Donohue, Paul A. Schewe
Springer International Publishing
6. November 2019 - gebunden - 880 Seiten
This timely handbook provides in-depth overviews of the myriad and multi-faceted issues surrounding sexual assault and its pervasiveness in today's culture. Drawing for multiple viewpoints and experts, the book is divided into seven comprehensive sections, covering such topics as risk factors, varying theoretical frameworks, prevention and intervention, and special populations. Within these sections the authors provide historical background as well as the latest research, and offer treatment outcomes and potentials.Selected topics covered in this book include:
Feminist theories of sexual assault
Social and economic factors surrounding sexual violence
Mental, physiological, physical, and functional health concerns of victims, including PTSD
Major categories of sexual offenders
Treatment of sexual assault survivors in the LGBTQ+ community
Procedural processes related to sexual assault investigation and adjudication within the criminal justice system
The Handbook of Sexual Assault and Sexual Assault Prevention is a vital book that will appeal to a broad spectrum of students, researchers, practitioners, and clinicians in the fields of psychology, psychiatry, community mental health, and sociology.
Part I: Theories of Sexual Assault.- Chapter 1: A Feminist Perspective on Sexual Assault.- Chapter 2: An Evolutionary Perspective on Sexual Assault and Implications for Interventions.- Part II: Culture and Society.- Chapter 3: History of the Anti-Rape Movement.- Chapter 4: Cultural Considerations in Sexual Assault.- Chapter 5: Social Policy and Sexual Assault.- Chapter 6: Framing #MeToo: Assessing the Power and Unintended Impacts of a Social Media Movement to Address Sexual Assault.- Chapter 7: Pornography and Sexual Violence.- Chapter 8: Pornography and Sexual Assault.- Chapter 9: Rape Mythology and Victim Blaming as a Social Construct.- Part III: Risk Factors of Sexual Victimization and Perpetration.- Chapter 10: Who is at High Risk for Victimhood?.- Chapter 11: Alcohol and Sexual Assault.- Chapter 12: Risk Perception and Sexual Assault.- Chapter 13: Empathy and Sexual Offending: Theory, Research and Practice.- Chapter 14: Overview of Adult Sexual Offender Typologies.- Chapter 15: The Role of Hypermasculinity as a Risk Factor in Sexual Assault Perpetration.- Part IV: Victimology.- Chapter 16: The Sequelae of Sexual Assault.- Chapter 17: Understanding PTSD and Sexual Assault.- Chapter 18: Blame and Shame in Sexual Assault.- Chapter 19: Recovered Memory and Sexual Assault.- Chapter 20: Sexual Assault and Memory.- Chapter 21: The Impact of Sexual Assault on Sexual Function: Strategies for Treatment and Prevention.- Chapter 22: Impulsivity and Sexual Assault.- Part V: Prevention and Intervention.- Chapter 23: Theories of Sexual Violence Prevention.- Chapter 24: Definition, Communication and Interpretation of Sexual Consent.- Chapter 25: History and Theoretical Understanding of Bystander Intervention.- Chapter 26: Bystander Program Effectiveness: A Review of the Evidence in Educational Settings (2007-2018).- Chapter 27: The Use of Humor as an Effective Tool in Sexual Violence Prevention Education.- Chapter 28: Mindfulness and Sexual Violence.- Chapter 29: Treating the Adult Sexual Assault Victim: Evidence Based Assessment and Treatment.- Chapter 30: The Effectiveness of Psychoeducation and Brief Treatments in the Aftermath of Sexual Assault.- Chapter 31: The Good Lives Model and the Rehabilitation of Individuals Convicted of Sexual Offending.- Part VI: Sexual Assault and the Law.- Chapter 32: Understanding False Allegations of Sexual Assault.- Chapter 33: Rape and the Jury.- Chapter 34: Policing Sexual Assault: Lessons Learned in Los Angeles.- Chapter 35: Reporting Sexual Assault: Process and Barriers Victims Experience.- Chapter 36: The Forensic Sexual Assault Medical Legal Examination: The SANE Exam.- Chapter 37: Decision Making in Title IX Investigations: A Hypothesis Testing Approach to Overcome Cognitive Bias.- Chapter 38: Can We Prevent Sexual Homicide? An Examination of Correlates of a Lethal Outcome in Sexual Assaults.- Part VII: Special Populations.- Chapter 39: LGBT Communities and Sexual Assault.- Chapter 40: Sexual Victimization among Sexual and Ethnic Minority Women: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice.- Chapter 41: Homelessness and Sexual Assault.- Chapter 42: Military Sexual Assault.- Chapter 43: The Prison Rape Elimination Act: The Development of a Social Problem and Response to the Problem?.- Chapter 44: Sexual Assault and Intercollegiate Athletes.- Chapter 45: Exhibitionism.- Chapter 46: Sexual Assault and Female Gang Involvement: A Look at Risk Amplification and Prevention.- Chapter 47: Consistency of Offender Behaviors and Victim Targeting in Serial Sexual Violence: An Overview of the Field.- Chapter 48: Intimate Partner Sexual Violence and Gender Asymmetry.- Chapter 49: Exploring the Relationship between Intimate Partner Sexual Assault, Severe Abuse, and Coercive Control.
William O'Donohue, PhD is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Nevada, Reno. He is a licensed psychologist in Nevada and Director of the Victims of Crime Treatment Center that provides free treatment to child and adult victims of sexual assault. He has published over 80 books and 300 journal articles and chapters.
Paul Schewe, PhD, is an associate professor in the Department of Criminology, Law, and Justice in the College of LAS at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He has served as the director of UIC's Interdisciplinary Center for Research on Violence. He is a clinical/community psychologist whose work ranges from basic research identifying factors associated with the perpetration of interpersonal violence, to developing preventive interventions, to using evaluation and dissemination strategies to further develop existing violence prevention programs for agencies, communities, and statewide networks of service providers. The focus of his research includes sexual assault, teen dating violence, domestic violence, and early childhood interventions to promote positive social-emotional development.