Overcoming men's defensiveness toward sexual assault programs: Learning to help survivors.Journal of College Student Development (1996)
AbstractA unique new approach to overcoming men's defensiveness toward sexual assault prevention programs is described. By appealing to audience members as potential helpers of women who survive rape as opposed to addressing them as potential rapists, programmatic goals can be achieved.
- Rape Prevention,
- Peer Education,
- Survivor Empathy
Citation InformationJohn D. Foubert and Kenneth A Marriott. "Overcoming men's defensiveness toward sexual assault programs: Learning to help survivors." Journal of College Student Development Vol. 37 (1996)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/john_foubert/38/