SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

REFERENCES

  • 1
    Finkelhor D. Sexual Abuse and Rape: Sexually Victimized Children 3–5. Macmillan Publishing, New York, 1979.
  • 2
    Myers JEB, Diedrich S, Lee D, Fincher KM, Stern E. Professional writing on child sexual abuse from 1900 to 1975: Dominant themes and impact on prosecution. Child Maltreat. 1999; 4: 201216.
  • 3
    Buchanan A. Cycles of Child Maltreatment: Fact, Fallacies and Intervention. John Wiley & Sons, London, 1996.
  • 4
    Burt M. Cultural myth and supports for rape. J. Pers. Soc. Psychol. 1980; 38: 217230.
  • 5
    Calhoun LG, Selby JW, Warring LJ. Social perception of the victims of causal role in rape: Exploratory examination of four factors. Hum. Relations 1976; 29: 517526.
  • 6
    Smith RE, Keating JP, Hester RK, Mitchell HE. Role and justice considerations in the attribution of responsibility to a rape victim. J. Res. Pers. 1976; 10: 346357.
  • 7
    Weis K, Borges S. Victimology and rape. Issues Criminol. 1973; 8: 71114.
  • 8
    Madigan L, Gamble N. The Second Rape: Society's Continued Betrayal of the Victim. Lexington Books, New York, 1991.
  • 9
    Martin OY, Powell M. Accounting for the ‘second assault’: Legal organizations' framing of rape victims. Law Soc. Inquiry 1994; 19: 853890.
  • 10
    Campbell R, Raja S. Secondary victimization of rape victims: Insights from mental health professionals who treat survivors of violence. Violence Vict. 1999; 14: 261275.
  • 11
    Campbell R, Wasco SM, Ahrens CE, Sefl T, Barnes HE. Preventing the ‘Second Rape’: Rape survivors' experiences with community service providers. J. Interpers. Violence 2001; 12: 12391259.
  • 12
    Bohner G. Writing about rape: Use of the passive voice and other distancing text featured as an expression of perceived responsibility of the victim. Br. J. Soc. Psychol. 2001; 40: 515529.
  • 13
    Bohner G, Danner UN, Siebler F, Samson GB. Rape myth acceptance and judgements of vulnerability to sexual assault: An Internet experiment. Exp. Psychol. 2002; 49: 257269.
  • 14
    Carmody DC, Washington LM. Rape myth acceptance among college women: The impact of race and prior victimization. J. Interpers. Violence 2001; 16: 424436.
  • 15
    Chiroro P, Bohner G, Viki GT, Jarvis CI. Rape myth acceptance and rape proclivity: Expected dominance versus expected arousal as mediators in acquaintance-rape situations. J. Interpers. Violence 2004; 19: 427442.
  • 16
    Epps KJ, Haworth R, Swaffer T. Attitudes towards women and rape among male adolescents convinced of sexual versus nonsexual crimes. J. Psychol. 1993; 127: 501506.
  • 17
    Foubert JD. The longitudinal effects of a rape-prevention program on fraternity men's attitudes, behavioral intent, and behavior. J. Am. Coll. Health. 2000; 48: 158163.
  • 18
    Frese B, Moya M, Megias JL. Social perception of rape: How rape myth acceptance modulates the influence of situational factors. J. Interpers. Violence 2004; 19: 143161.
  • 19
    Gylys JA, McNamara JR. A further examination of validity for the Sexual Experiences Survey. Behav. Sci. Law 1998; 14: 245260.
  • 20
    Marciniak LM. Adolescent attitudes toward victim perception of rape. Violence Vict. 1998; 13: 287300.
  • 21
    Murphy WD, Coleman EM, Haynes MR. Factors related to coercive sexual behavior in a nonclinical sample of males. Violence Vict. 1986; 1: 255278.
  • 22
    Schewe PA, O'Donohue W. Rape prevention with high risk males: Short-term outcome of two interventions. Arch. Sex. Behav. 1996; 25: 455471.
  • 23
    Senn CY, Radtke HL. Women's evaluations of and affective reaction to mainstream violent pornography, nonviolent pornography, and erotica. Violence Vict. 1990; 5:143155.
  • 24
    Spohn RB. Social desirability correlates for acceptance of rape myth. Psychol. Rep. 1993; 73: 3.
  • 25
    Walker WD, Rowe RC, Quinsey VL. Authoritarianism and sexual aggression. J. Pers. Soc. Psychol. 1993; 65: 10361045.
  • 26
    Varelas N, Foley LA. Black's and whites' perceptions of interracial and intraracial date rape. J. Soc. Psychol. 1998; 138: 392400.
  • 27
    Jimenez JA, Abreu JM. Race and sex effects on attitudinal perceptions of acquaintance rape. J. Couns. Psychol. 2003; 50: 252256.
  • 28
    Check JVP, Malamuth NM. Sex role stereotyping and reactions to depictions of stranger versus acquaintance rape. Sex Roles. 1983; 45: 344356.
  • 29
    Abrams D, Viki G, Masser B, Bohner G. Perceptions of stranger and acquaintance rape: The role of benevolent and hostile sexism in victim blame and rape proclivity. J. Pers. Soc. Psychol. 2003; 84: 111125.
  • 30
    White BH, Kurpius SE. Effects of victim sex and sexual orientation on perceptions of rape. Sex Roles. 2002; 46: 191200.
  • 31
    Simonson K, Subich L. Rape perceptions as a function of gender-role traditionality and victim–perpetrator association. Sex Roles. 1999; 40: 617634.
  • 32
    Suzuki A. Feminizumu sukeru no sakusei to shinraisei datousei no kentou (in Japanese) [The development of feminism scale and the study of its reliability and validity]. Shakai Shinrigaku Kenkyu [Psychosoc. Study] 1987; 2: 4554.
  • 33
    Suzuki A. Egalitarian sex role attitudes: Scale development and comparison of American and Japanese women. Sex Roles 1991; 24: 245259.
  • 34
    Suzuki A. Predictors of women's sex role attitudes across two cultures: United States and Japan. Jpn. Psychol. Res. 1991; 33: 126133.
  • 35
    Suzuki A. Construction of a short-form of the scale of egalitarian sex role. Jpn. J. Psychiatry 1994; 65: 3441.
  • 36
    Uji M, Shono M, Shikai N, Shono M, Kitamura T. Scale of Egalitarian Sex Role Attitudes in Japan: a confirmatory factor analytic study. Psychiatry Clin. Neurosci. 2006; 60: 296302.
  • 37
    Cattell RB. The scree test for the number of factors. Multivariate Behav. Res. 1966; 3: 245276.
  • 38
    Zurbriggen EL, Yost MR. Power, desire, and pleasure in sexual fantasies. J. Sex Res. 2004; 41: 288300.