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An all-male rape-prevention peer education program: Decreasing fraternity men’s behavioral intent to rape.
Journal of College Student Development (1998)
  • John D. Foubert, Oklahoma State University
  • Marylu K McEwen, University of Maryland - College Park
Abstract
Participants were 155 fraternity men (88% White, mean age of 19.9, mostly sophomores and juniors) who were in either a pretested and posttested rape prevention program group, a posttested rape prevention program group, or an untreated control group. Significant declines in rape myth acceptance and behavioral intent to rape were shown among program participants regardless of whether they were pretested.
Publication Date
1998
Citation Information
John D. Foubert and Marylu K McEwen. "An all-male rape-prevention peer education program: Decreasing fraternity men’s behavioral intent to rape." Journal of College Student Development Vol. 39 (1998)
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