Encyclopedia of Rape, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 0313062781
  • ISBN-13: 9780313062780
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 301 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2004 | Published/Released September 2007
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2004

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Overview

Covers the historical scope and magnitude of the issue of rape in the United States and globally. Provides perspectives on the key dimensions of the topic, from concepts, social movements, offenders, high-profile cases, legislation, influential activists, landmark texts, and victimology to representations in literature and art.

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Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Advisory Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface.
Introduction.
Chronology of Selected Rape-Related Events.
Alphabetical List of Entries.
Topical List of Entries.
Encyclopedia of Rape.
1: Abduction (Kidnapping).
2: Abortion.
3: Advertising.
4: African Americans.
5: African Women and Girls.
6: Against Our Will.
7: Alcohol.
8: Anal Sex.
9: Ancient Law Codes.
10: Art.
11: Asian Americans.
12: Athletes.
13: Battered Women.
14: Bestiality.
15: Bible, Old Testament.
16: Big Dan's Tavern Case.
17: Blackstone, Sir William (1723–1780).
18: "Blaming the Victim" Syndrome.
19: Bosnia-Herzegovina.
20: Boston Strangler.
21: Brownmiller, Susan (1935–).
22: Campus Rape.
23: Campus Security Act (Clery Act).
24: Castration.
25: Celebrity Rapists.
26: Central Park Jogger.
27: Child Rape.
28: Clergy, Counseling by.
29: Clergy, Sexual Abuse by.
30: Clery, Jeanne Ann (1966–1986).
31: Clothing.
32: Comfort Women.
33: Computers and the Internet.
34: Comstock Act.
35: Consent.
36: Cox Broadcasting Corporation v. Cohn.
37: Credibility.
38: Date Rape/Acquaintance Rape.
39: Deutsch, Helene (1884–1982).
40: Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID).
41: DNA Collection and Evidence.
42: Domestic Violence.
43: Droit du Seigneur.
44: Drug-Induced Rape Prevention and Punishment Act of 1996.
45: Dworkin, Andrea (1946–).
46: Ecstasy.
47: Ejaculation.
48: Ethnic Cleansing.
49: Fairy Tales.
50: Family.
51: Fantasies.
52: Feminist Movement.
53: Films, Foreign.
54: Films, U.S..
55: Forcible Rape.
56: Foreign-Object Rape.
57: Fraternities.
58: Free Love Movement.
59: Freud, Sigmund/Freudian Theory.
60: Friedan, Betty (1921–).
61: Gammahydroxybutyrate (GHB).
62: Gang Rape.
63: Gays and Lesbians.
64: Gender Roles.
65: Genocide.
66: Genovese, Kitty (1935–1964).
67: Geographic Profiling.
68: Glen Ridge (NJ) Rape Case.
69: Hale, Sir Matthew (1609–1676).
70: Hispanics/Latinos.
71: HIV/AIDS.
72: Homoeroticism.
73: Homosexual Rape.
74: Hospitals and Nursing Homes.
75: Incest.
76: Indentured Servitude.
77: Infanticide.
78: Interracial Rape.
79: Ketamine.
80: Kinsey, Alfred C. (1894–1956).
81: Law Enforcement.
82: Legislation, Illegal Sex Acts.
83: Legislation, Sexual Harassment.
84: Literature, World and American.
85: Machismo.
86: MacKinnon, Catharine A. (1946–).
87: Male Rape.
88: Marital Rape.
89: Massie Case.
90: Media.
91: Megan's Law.
92: Memoirs.
93: Mental Disabilities, People with.
94: Michigan v. Lucas.
95: Morning-After Pill.
96: Murder.
97: My Lai.
98: Mythology.
99: National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS).
100: National Organization for Women (NOW).
101: Native Americans.
102: Nazis.
103: New York Radical Feminists (NYRF).
104: Okinawa Rape Case.
105: Oral Sex.
106: Paglia, Camille (1947–).
107: Paternity Testing.
108: Patriarchy.
109: Pedophilia.
110: Physicians/Medical Professionals.
111: Pogrom.
112: Popular Culture.
113: Pornography.
114: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
115: Pregnancy.
116: Prison Rape.
117: Profiling.
118: Prosecution.
119: Prostitution.
120: Race and Racism.
121: Rape, Causes of.
122: Rape, Definitions of.
123: Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN).
124: Rape Counseling.
125: Rape Crisis Centers.
126: Rape Culture.
127: Rape Education.
128: Rape History in the United States: Seventeenth Century.
129: Rape History in the United States: Eighteenth Century.
130: Rape History in the United States: Nineteenth Century.
131: Rape History in the United States: Twentieth Century.
132: Rape Kit.
133: Rape Law.
134: Rape-Lynch Scenario.
135: Rape Myths.
136: Rape of Lucretia.
137: Rape of Nanking.
138: Rape of the Sabine Women.
139: Rape Prevention.
140: Rape Shield Laws.
141: Rape Statistics.
142: Rape Trauma Syndrome.
143: Rape Trials.
144: Real Rape.
145: Religion.
146: Resistance.
147: Rohypnol.
148: Roiphe, Katie (1968–).
149: Rules of Evidence.
150: Schools.
151: Scottsboro Boys Case.
152: Secondary Rape.
153: Seduction.
154: Self-Defense/Self-Defense Courses.
155: Serial Rape and Serial Rapists.
156: Sex Offenders.
157: Sexual Abuse Act of 1986.
158: Sexual Assault.
159: Sexual Assault, Drug-Facilitated.
160: Sexual Coercion.
161: Sexual Double Standard.
162: Sexual Harassment.
163: Sexual Mutilation.
164: Sexual Predators.
165: Slavery.
166: Sodomy.
167: Southern Rape Complex.
168: Statutory Rape.
169: Steinem, Gloria (1934–).
170: Stigma.
171: Survivors.
172: Tailhook Convention of 1991.
173: Take Back the Night Movement.
174: Theater.
175: Torture.
176: Trafficking in Women and Children.
177: Tribal Customs and Laws.
178: United States v. Lanier.
179: U.S. Military.
180: Victims.
181: Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
182: Virgins/Virginity.
183: Voyeurism.
184: War Crimes.
185: Wartime Rape.
186: Wells, Ida B. (1862–1931).
Resource Guide.
Index.