Thesis: Below40 percent of date rape among college students take place onuniversity grounds assets, even though numerous occur on buildings oforganizations at the learning institutions. The United StatesDepartment of Learning guidelines describe rape as, &quotThediffusion, regardless of how trivial, of the woman productive systemotherwise with whichever body fraction or item, otherwise oraldiffusion through sex organs of a different human being, devoid ofthe permission of the injured party.&quot Moreover, they describesexual battering as &quotwhichever sexual action directed towardanother person, devoid of the authorisation of the aggrieved party,comprising occurrences in which the injured party is not sufficientlyexpert of providing permission). This paper analysis the reason as towhy many men do not take No as No.

Contents

  1. Introduction.

  2. The Definition of Rape &amp Sexual Assault

  3. Prevalence and occurrence of rape and other sexual assault

3.1. 2015 Campus Climate Surveys

3.2. National Crime Victimization Surveys

3.3. Campus Sexual Assault Survey (2007)

3.4. National College Women SexualVictimization (NCWSV) survey (2000)

3.5. Koss Study (1985)

3.6. Non-US studies

  1. Explanations

  2. Characteristics

5.1.Perpetrator demographics

5.2.Victim demographics

5.3.Intimate partner violence

5.4. Acquaintancerape

5.4.1.What is Acquaintance Rape?

    1. Gang rape

  1. Common Reactions to Sexual Assault

  2. Male Attitudes About Rape

  3. Rape Culture

  4. Risk factors

9.1.Influence of alcohol

9.2.Attitudes

9.3.Clothingmisleading (mini skirt, transparent blouse)

9.4.Date rape drugs,

9.5.Male pays for dinner, movie, and expecting something in return nomatter the circumstance

  1. Prevention efforts

5.1Student and organizational activism

5.2Obama administration efforts

5.3Criticism

5.4College programs

  1. References