First-year male students’ perceptions of a rape prevention program seven months after their participation: Attitude and behavior changes.Journal of College Student Development (2010)
AbstractSeven months after seeing The Men’s Program, a commonly used rape prevention program, 248 first-year college men responded to four openended questions concerning whether or not the program impacted their attitudes or behavior, particularly regarding alcohol related sexual assault. Two thirds of participants reported either attitude or behavior change during the preceding academic year due to the program’s effects or that the program reinforced their current beliefs, with many describing specific incidents of either intervening to prevent a rape, or stopping themselves from engaging in risky behavior.
- The Men's Program,
- behavior change,
- attitude change
Citation InformationJohn D. Foubert, Jerry Tatum and Eric Godin. "First-year male students’ perceptions of a rape prevention program seven months after their participation: Attitude and behavior changes." Journal of College Student Development Vol. 51 (2010)
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