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effects of alcohol, gender, and living group on attitudes toward acquaintance rape

Christine V. Carney-Benker

effects of alcohol, gender, and living group on attitudes toward acquaintance rape

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  • Acquaintance rape.

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    Statementby Christine V. Carney-Benker.
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    Gender Profiles No appreciable gender differences were found by primary substances of abuse overall (Figure 1). Alcohol was the most commonly reported primary substance of Table 1. Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions Aged 12 or Older, by Gender and Age Group: Female Male Total Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent.

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This investigation explored three categories of college students’ perceptions of sexual assault: perceptions of similarity to vignette characters, perceptions of vignette characters’ sexual intent, and victim-blaming behaviors, using a convenience sample of U.S.

undergraduates and an on-line factorial survey containing a two-part heterosexual date rape by:   This study examined the effects of participant's gender, participant's rape supportive attitudes, and target's alcohol consumption on participant's perceptions of target's sexual intent.

Female and male college students read vignettes in which a young woman and man who were socializing consumed either alcoholic or nonalcoholic beverages. At the studied university, approximately 86% of Cited by: Although previous literature focusing on perceptions of victims of rape has examined how gender, race, and culture influence the attitudes one holds toward victims, these studies have yielded.

The Effects of Acquaintance versus Stranger Rape and Gender on Rape Myth Acceptance and Attitudes Toward Rape in College Students. This original empirical experiment assessed effects of acquaintance versus stranger rape and gender on rape myth acceptance and attitudes toward rape in college students.

Alcohol’s effects on sexual and aggressive behavior have been well established. Compared to sober participants, those who have consumed alcohol in laboratory studies have been found to behave more aggressively and sexually (for reviews see Chermack and Giancola, ; George and Stoner, ).In the study described in this article, female and male college students reacted to a potential date Cited by: College students' attitudes toward gender roles and acquaintance rape Sandra Ann Kuiper Iowa State University Follow this and additional works at: Part of theCurriculum and Instruction Commons,Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Commons,Gender and Sexuality Commons,Higher Education Commons, and theHigher.

Sexual Prejudice as a Determinant of Aggression Toward Sexual Minorities. Sexual prejudice incorporates “all negative attitudes based on sexual orientation, whether the target is homosexual, bisexual, or heterosexual” (Herek,p.

19).A wealth of research over the past several decades supports sexual prejudice as a prominent risk factor for aggression toward sexual minorities (for a Cited by: 7.


Alcohol Gender and Age differences Adolescent Drinking. Underage drinking is thought to be a powerful predictor of later adult alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence. Children who start drinking at 14 years of age or younger have lifetime alcohol dependence rates of 40% or more as opposed to 10% among those who began drinking at age 20 or older.

an Acquaintance Rape: The Role of Relationship Length, Victim Resistance, and Gender Role Attitudes D. Angelone, PhD,1 Damon Mitchell, PhD,2 and Laura Grossi, MA1 Abstract Sexual aggression is a persistent and prevalent issue in the United States, which often results in a number of psychological, emotional, and physical consequences for victims.

Influence of Alcohol and Gender on Immune Response Elizabeth J. Kovacs, Ph.D., and Kelly A.N. Messingham, Ph.D. Elizabeth J. Kovacs, Ph.D., is director of the Alcohol Research Program and a professor in the Departments of Cell Biology, Neurobiology and Anatomy, and Surgery, Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine, Maywood, Illinois.

This means that the amount of alcohol making it to a man’s small intes-tine for further absorption is much less than the amount of alcohol that reaches the small intestine of a woman. Thus more alcohol makes it to a woman’s small intestine for absorp-tion. This increases a woman’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC) by about 7% over a manFile Size: 36KB.

However, a review of research examining birth cohorts and alcohol use across countries found high rates of heavy episodic drinking among women in younger cohorts in North America and Europe, suggesting a narrowing of the gender gap and a potential shift in social attitudes regarding gender and alcohol use (Keyes et al.

In Finland, an. Masculinities, Alcohol and Gender-Based Violence: Bridging the Gaps between male and female attitudes towards hegemonic masculinity reinforces the argument that masculinities are not static, and can be transformed to have less harmful effects on the health and 22 Opportunistic and usually alcohol-related group, or “gang rape”, is.

To examine changes in men‘s and women’s drinking in Norway over a year period, in order to learn whether such changes have led to gender convergence in alcohol drinking. Repeated cross-sectional studies (in –86, –97, and –08) of a large general population living in a geographically defined area (county) in Norway.

Information about alcohol drinking is based on self Cited by:   This study examined the relationship of gender and professional status on attitudes toward rape victims. The Attitudes Toward Rape Victims Scale was completed by 74 upper-class undergraduates (20 males, 54 females), 78 beginning graduate students in counseling (18 males, 60 females), and 45 mental health professionals (22 males, 23 females).Cited by: Gender Differences in Moderate Drinking Effects Martin S.

Mumenthaler, Ph.D., Joy L. Taylor, Ph.D., Ruth O’Hara, Ph.D., and Jerome A. Yesavage, M.D. Women appear to become more impaired than men after drinking equivalent amounts of alcohol, achieving higher blood alcohol concentrations even when doses are adjusted for body weight.

Effects of Relationship Education 63 Journal of Human Sciences and Extension Volume 2, Number 3, attrition group did contain slightly more males (X2(1, N = ) =p addition, the study. Finally, taking drugs or alcohol is commonly associated with sexual aggression. Of the men who were identified as having committed acquaintance rape, 75 percent had taken drugs or alcohol just prior to the rape (Koss, ).

VIII. The Effects of Acquaintance Rape. The consequences of acquaintance rape are often far-reaching. In a state where the age of sexual consent is 17, which of the following would be the BEST example of statutory rape.

a.A year-old boy has intercourse with his year-old girlfriend. b.A year-old boy forces a year-old girl to have intercourse with him. year-old girl is raped by a stranger and becomes pregnant as a result.

d.A year-old man has intercourse with a year-old. Alcohol addiction can affect anyone and doesn’t discriminate by gender.

But if you’re a woman, you may be at higher risk due to certain genetic factors. For instance, women have a lower body-water percentage than men because they have more fat tissue — meaning the same amount of alcohol becomes more concentrated in the blood.

The use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs (ATOD) by women is a significant problem. Estimates are that million women in the United States are alcohol dependent (Williams, Grant, Hartford, & Noble, ) and that 5 percent of American women have used an illicit substance in the past 30 days (National Institute on Drug Abuse, ).

Examines gender-related beliefs about the causes of substance abuse, the power of various substances, the prevalence of substance use, and the effectiveness of various interventions.

Results show that women were more likely to attribute causality to biological or environmental factors and to believe prevention and treatment were more by:   Societal Views toward the Alcoholic Viewed: Throughout history, some individuals have abused alcohol while others have become dependent on alcohol.

Similar to attitudes toward those with problems with drug abuse and drug addiction, attitudes toward those who abuse or are dependent on alcohol have changed throughout history in. Rape is a traumatic experience that impacts its victims in a physical, psychological, and sociological way.

Even though the effects and aftermath of rape differentiate among victims, individuals tend to suffer from similar issues found within these three categories. Long term reactions may involve the development of coping mechanisms that will either benefit the victim, such as social support.

In fact, after drinking comparable amounts of alcohol, women have higher blood ethanol concentrations. 79,81–83 As a result, women become intoxicated from smaller quantities of alcohol than men. More information on sex and gender differences in alcohol use is available from the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA).

Gender and living environment are two of the most consistent factors associated with heavy episodic drinking on college campuses. This study aimed to determine group differences in alcohol misuse and its attendant consequences between undergraduate women Cited by: 4.

T1 - Perceptions of rape. T2 - The influence of closeness of relationship, intoxication and sex of participant. AU - Hammock, Georgina S. AU - Richardson, Deborah Ruth.

PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1. N2 - Intoxication of the assailant and/or victim is often mentioned in Cited by: This investigation explored three categories of college students’ perceptions of sexual assault: perceptions of similarity to vignette characters, perceptions of vignette characters’ sexual intent, and victim-blaming behaviors, using a convenience sample of U.S.

undergraduates and an on-line factorial survey containing a two-part heterosexual date rape by: Is a form of acquaintance rape. 10 to 20% of college woman report being forced into sexual intercourse by dates. -Date rapes are more likely to occur when the couple has too much to drink and then park in the man's car or goes back to his residence.

Results The results show that there are strong gender differences with views toward alcohol and alcohol consumption. When asked whether they feel getting drunk is acceptable, a higher percentage of men believed it was more acceptable than women.

%, a total of 96 men, strongly agreed, whereas only % of women, a total of 79, strongly agreed. The science behind preventing violence against women and children has evolved greatly over the past several decades.

Several speakers offered overviews of the research and described the growing awareness of the complexities of the causes, risk factors, and. Alcohol Gender and Culture clearly demonstrates how the social construction of drinking may provide an analytical tool with which to approach different socio-cultural groups and illustrates how any cultural group can be compared to another by its attutudes to alcohol.

It will be invaluable reading for students and lecturers af anthropology. cent had children living at home (Table 1). About one-quarter ( percent) had yearly incomes of $25, or less, and more than one third ( percent) had incomes of $25, to $49, About one-third ( percent) had Kauffman, Silver, and Poulin / Gender Differences in Attitudes toward Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs.

Lovell, Rhonda S., "Attributions regarding acquaintance rape: stage of relationship, alcohol use, and a methodological consideration "(). Stage of Relationship and Alcohol Use Gender effects Effects of Experimental Methodology Male participants and participants holding rape supportive attitudes were more likely.

The Attitudes Toward Women Scale (ATWS) developed by Spence and Helmreich () has been utilized within rape blame research and has consistently demonstrated an association between male sexism, negative attitudes towards women, and higher rape myth acceptance (Dietz et al.,Lonsway and Fitzgerald, ).

Sexism can be constructed in a Cited by: Pages Surveys of attitudes toward rape tend to show that a. there are no gender differences in attitudes toward rape.

men are more likely than women to blame rape victims for the assault. men are more likely than women to believe that the rape had been the rapist’s fault.

Welcome to our Gender and Alcohol website. Based on recent research, we have produced infographics to tackle stereotypes about men, women and drinking in Scotland. We highlight the role of societal norms, the media and the alcohol industry in perpetuating these stereotypes, and call on policy makers, researchers and alcohol services to monitor and report outcomes by gender.

Console Living Room. Full text of "Effects of a date rape intervention on rape proclivity and acceptance of rape-supportive attitudes among male college students:. Attitudes and Empathy Toward Rape.

College Student Journal. Retrieved Octo from HighBeam Research Library Web site. Date rape - A hidden crime. ( July 5). M2 Presswire. Retrieved October 17 from HighBeam Research Library Web site.Causes of sexual violence are debated and explanations of the cause include military conquest, socioeconomics, anger, power, sadism, sexual pleasure, psychopathy, ethical standards, laws, attitudes toward the victims, and evolutionary pressures.

For those of us who partake, drinking alcohol is often seen as a balancing act, weighing the pleasures against the pains. Government regulation is often seen the same way, balancing an individual's pleasure and freedom versus the cost of crime and harm to health.

But this approach can often lead to bad alcohol policies that fail to strike the right balance.