eBook Sexual Violence and Abuse: An Encyclopedia of Prevention, Impacts, and Recovery, 1st Edition

  • Judy L. Postmus
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  • ISBN-10: 1598847562
  • ISBN-13: 9781598847567
  • DDC: 364.15
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 800 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released April 2013
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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About

Overview

This work provides a comprehensive understanding of sexual violence and abuse, a pervasive and persistent social problem plaguing millions of women, children, and men across the globe.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Alphabetical List of Entries.
Topical List of Entries.
Preface.
Introduction.
1: Abortion.
2: Acquaintance Rape.
3: Advocacy.
4: Advocates.
5: Africa—Congo and Rwanda.
6: African Americans.
7: Alcohol and Drug Abuse (Overview).
8: Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Child Sexual Abuse.
9: Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Perpetration.
10: Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Victimization.
11: Alcohol to Subdue Victims.
12: Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault.
13: Attachment Disorder.
14: Bias, Police and Prosecution.
15: Biblical Legacy.
16: Bringing in the Bystander (Program).
17: Buddhism.
18: Burnout in Human Services.
19: Bystander Intervention.
20: Castration, Chemical.
21: Child Abuse Hotlines.
22: Child Abuse and Prevention Treatment Act (CAPTA).
23: Child Advocacy Centers.
24: Child Maltreatment (Neglect and Physical).
25: Child Pornography.
26: Child Protective Services.
27: Child Sexual Abuse.
28: Child Sexual Abuse, Adult Survivors of.
29: China.
30: Christianity.
31: Civil Commitment of Sex Offenders.
32: Clergy Abuse.
33: Clergy Response.
34: Coaching Boys into Men (Program).
35: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
36: Colleges and Universities.
37: Comfort Women.
38: Consent.
39: Coping Mechanisms.
40: Countertransference (Therapists).
41: Criminal Justice and Perpetrators.
42: Criminal Justice and Victims.
43: Criminal Sexual Assault or Misconduct.
44: Crisis Counseling.
45: Crisis Intervention.
46: Cumulative Abuse.
47: Data Collection.
48: Date Rape.
49: Definitions of Sexual Violence (Overview).
50: Depression and Anxiety.
51: Developmental Challenges.
52: Disclosure, Seeking Help.
53: Discretion, Law Enforcement.
54: Discretion, Prosecutorial.
55: Drug-Facilitated Rape.
56: Eastern Europe.
57: Eating Disorders.
58: EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing).
59: Emergency Rooms and Medical Settings.
60: Empowerment.
61: Ethics and Confidentiality (Overview).
62: Ethnic Groups (Overview).
63: Expert Testimony.
64: Exposure Therapy.
65: False Allegations.
66: Female-on-Female Sexual Violence.
67: Female Sex Offenders.
68: Feminism, Influence of.
69: Feminist Practice Theory.
70: Forced Marriage.
71: Forensic Nursing.
72: Forensic Psychology.
73: Foster and Group Homes.
74: Fraternities and Sororities.
75: Gang Rape.
76: The Green Dot (Program).
77: Grooming the Victim.
78: Group Therapy.
79: Health Belief Model.
80: Help Seeking (Overview).
81: Help Seeking, Barriers to.
82: Help Seeking, Formal and Informal.
83: Help Seeking, from Family and Friends.
84: Hinduism.
85: History (Overview).
86: Homophobic Acts.
87: Hotlines.
88: Impact and Consequences (Overview).
89: Impact, Brain Functioning.
90: Impact, Community.
91: Impact, Economic.
92: Impact, Family.
93: Impact, Intimate Relationships.
94: Impact, Perpetrators.
95: Impact, School.
96: Impact, Social Functioning.
97: Impact, Work.
98: Incest.
99: Individuals with Disabilities.
100: Intersections with Other Forms of Abuse (Overview).
101: Intimate Partner Violence.
102: Islam.
103: Israel and the Middle East.
104: Japan.
105: Judaism.
106: “Justifiable Rape”.
107: Korea.
108: Latinos and Latinas.
109: Laws, Child Abuse.
110: Laws, Rape.
111: Laws, Victim Shield.
112: Legal Responses (Overview).
113: Lie Detector Tests.
114: Literary Rape.
115: Literature and Media (Overview).
116: Male-on-Male Sexual Violence.
117: Marital Rape.
118: Media Literacy.
119: Medicalization of Rape.
120: Megan’s Law.
121: The Men’s Program.
122: Mentors in Violence Prevention (Program).
123: Military Sexual Trauma.
124: Molestation.
125: Narrative Therapy.
126: Native Americans.
127: Neurobiology, Interventions Using.
128: News Media, Representation in.
129: Nursing Homes.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Alphabetical List of Entries.
Topical List of Entries.
1: Organizational Response (Overview).
2: Perpetrators (Overview).
3: Perpetrators, Interventions with (Overview).
4: Play Therapy.
5: Pornography.
6: Pornography, Internet.
7: Pregnancy.
8: Prevention (Overview).
9: Prevention, Child Sexual Abuse.
10: Prevention, Colleges and Universities.
11: Prevention, Dating Violence.
12: Prevention, Ecological Model of.
13: Prevention, Involving Men.
14: Prevention, Levels.
15: Prevention, Organizations for.
16: Prevention versus Risk Reduction.
17: Prisons, Rape in Female.
18: Prisons, Rape in Male.
19: Prostitution.
20: PTSD and Stress.
21: Racism.
22: Rape.
23: Rape, Admitting.
24: Rape, Adult.
25: Rape, Cyber.
26: Rape, Denial.
27: Rape, Older Adult.
28: Rape Crisis Centers.
29: Rape Drugs.
30: “Rape Justification”.
31: Rape Kits.
32: Rape Myths.
33: Reactions, Family and Friends.
34: Reactions, Mothers.
35: Reactions, Support Providers.
36: “Real Rape” and Blaming Victims.
37: “Real Rape” and “Real Victims”—Correcting Misinformation.
38: Reasoned Action Approach.
39: Recovery.
40: Refugee Women in the United States.
41: Religious Groups (Overview).
42: Remembrance and Mourning.
43: Reporting, Blind.
44: Reporting, Mandated and Abuse Registries.
45: Reporting Rates.
46: Repressed Memories.
47: Research (Overview).
48: Research, Interviewing.
49: Research, Measurement.
50: Research Subjects, Protecting Rights.
51: Response, Schools and Colleges.
52: Revictimization, Individuals.
53: Revictimization, Organizations.
54: Risk Assessments.
55: Risk for Future Violence.
56: Runaway and Throwaway Youth.
57: Rural Communities.
58: Safety Plans.
59: Sampling.
60: SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner).
61: SARTs (Sexual Assault Response Teams).
62: SCREAM Theater (Program).
63: Sex Industry (Overview).
64: Sex Offender Registries.
65: Sex Workers.
66: Sexting.
67: Sexual Assault.
68: Sexual Coercion.
69: Sexual Freedom.
70: Sexual Harassment.
71: Sexual Harassment at Work.
72: Sexually Acting Out.
73: Sibling Abuse, Defining.
74: Sibling Abuse, Identifying and Impact of.
75: Simple Rape.
76: Social Norms Approach.
77: Solution-Focused Brief Therapy.
78: South Asians in the United States.
79: Specialized Victims Units (Police).
80: Spirituality.
81: Sports Teams.
82: Stalking.
83: Statistics.
84: Statutory Rape.
85: STDs and HIV/AIDS.
86: Stranger Rape.
87: Strengths Perspective.
88: Stress Inoculation Training.
89: Strip Clubs.
90: Substance Abuse as a Consequence.
91: Substantiation (of Legal Charges).
92: Suicidality.
93: Support Groups.
94: Technology, Use of (Overview).
95: Teen Dating Abuse.
96: Theories (Overview).
97: Theories, Psychological.
98: Theories, Sociobiological.
99: Theories, Sociocultural.
100: Theory, Coercive Control.
101: Theory, Continuum of Violence.
102: Theory, Diffusion of Innovations.
103: Theory, Ecological Approach.
104: Theory, Feminist.
105: Theory, General Theory of Crime.
106: Theory, Hegemonic Masculinity.
107: Theory, Male Peer Support.
108: Therapeutic Interviewing Strategies.
109: Trafficking in Persons.
110: Trauma, Secondary.
111: Trauma Therapy.
112: Traumatic Bonding.
113: Treatment Programs for Sexual Offenders.
114: Underreporting.
115: Undetected Rapists.
116: Unintended Rape.
117: The Vagina Monologues.
118: Vicarious Traumatization.
119: Victimization, Prevalence of.
120: Victims (Overview).
121: Victims, Blaming.
122: Victims, Credibility.
123: Victims, Disclosure.
124: Victims, Guilt and Shame.
125: Victims, Identifying.
126: Victims, Male.
127: Victims, Repeat.
128: Victims and Interventions (Overview).
129: Video Games (Rape Fantasy Games).
130: Violence against Women Act (VAWA).
131: Voyeurism.
132: War, Tactic of.
133: Websites for Perpetrators.
134: Websites for Victims.
135: Yoga Therapy.
Recommended Resources.
Index.
About the Editor and Contributors.