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Sexuality education, sexual communication, rape myth acceptance, and sexual assault experience among Deaf and Hard of Hearing college students
by Francavillo, Gwendolyn Suzanne Roberts, Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2009: 247 pages; 3391370.
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Mental health professionals' attitudes toward rape survivors
by Pistorio, Jaclyn M. P., Psy.D.  Adler School of Professional Psychology. 2015: 131 pages; 3664152.
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Title IX Adjudication of Campus Sexual Assault: An Analysis of Rape Myth Interference in Objective Decision-Making
by Hancock, Tracy, M.S.  Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. 2020: 102 pages; 27665227.
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Police officers' attitudes about rape victims
by Barnard, Sarah, M.S.W.  California State University, Long Beach. 2015: 61 pages; 1569988.
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The News through Facebook: Discovering the Prevalence of Rape Myths in User Comments
by Clay, Leigh Anne, Ph.D.  Nova Southeastern University. 2019: 118 pages; 13428527.
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Effects of Communicator Gender in Sexual Violence Prevention
by Soendergaard, Stinne, M.S.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2015: 117 pages; 1594315.
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Expanding a model of female heterosexual coercion: Are sexually coercive women hyperfeminine?
by Schatzel-Murphy, Elizabeth A., Ph.D.  University of Massachusetts Boston. 2011: 86 pages; 3490006.
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Police officer decision making in reported sexual assault cases
by Venema, Rachel Marie, Ph.D.  University of Illinois at Chicago. 2013: 295 pages; 3604089.
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The Myths of Rape Culture
by Cortez, Tanya Erika, M.A.  California State University, Los Angeles. 2020: 118 pages; 27956065.
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Reading myth and mythic reading: Critical mythogenesis in post-1960s American women's writing
by Lee, Sun-Jin, Ph.D.  Texas A&M University. 2010: 269 pages; 3446674.
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Helping survivors of sexual assault: The role of general and event-specific empathy
by Stephens, Michelle R., M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2013: 115 pages; 1527418.
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Ticket: A Rape Culture Story Composed for Vocal Performer and Percussion Quartet
by Adams, Briana Harley, M.M.  California State University, Long Beach. 2019: 27 pages; 13860456.
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Implicit Objectification and Sexual Aggression Myths in Japanese Culture
by Bezouska, Saori, Ph.D.  The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. 2014: 170 pages; 3644959.
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Gender, Athlete Status, and Bystander Intervention in Situations of Sexual Violence
by Hill, Deborah L., M.S.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2014: 101 pages; 1585859.
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Myth and Archetype in the Studio: An Artist's Encounter with a Goddess
by Hamilton, H. Dawn, M.A.  Prescott College. 2014: 87 pages; 1573604.
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Reducing sexual aggression with a story: Narrating the self
by Scroggins, William Anthony, Ph.D.  University of California, Santa Barbara. 2016: 150 pages; 10159797.
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The Sea in the Hebrew Bible Myth, Metaphor, and Muthos
by Cho, Paul Kang-Kul, Ph.D.  Harvard University. 2014: 504 pages; 3626508.
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What if you are wrong? Narratives of personal myths in times of transition
by Patrick, Eva, Psy.D.  California Institute of Integral Studies. 2016: 315 pages; 10248519.
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