I Never Called It Rape

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Harper Collins, Jul 8, 1994 - Social Science - 256 pages
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The classic book that broke new ground by thoroughly reporting on the widespread problem of date and acquaintance rape has now been completely updated to include recent studies, issues, current events, and controversies.
 

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I cannot begin to explain how important this book is to read. Although it is fairly old, the statistics are still relevant and the topics need to be looked at and discussed. Rape is still a some what ... Read full review

I never called it rape: the Ms. report on recognizing, fighting, and surviving date and acquaintance rape

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This book by journalist Warshaw is the culmination of a Ms. magazine survey funded by the National Institute of Mental Health. The three-year study (conducted by Mary P. Koss, a clinical psychologist ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
The Reality of Acquaintance Rape
11
Women You Know
27
Why Date Rape and Acquaintance Rape
36
Why Women Are Safe Victims
48
The Aftereffects of Acquaintance Rape
65
Men Who Rape Women They Know
83
Gang or Party Rapes
99
Teenagers and Acquaintance Rape
115
Police Court and University Responses
127
For Women
148
For Men The Benefits of Change
161
Whose Responsibility Is It? Parents Schools
168
Helping the AcquaintanceRape Survivor
180
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