Rape and Social Identity

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National Research Institute, 2005 - Group identity - 29 pages
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"This discussion paper focuses on the issues of rape, young men, and social identity, within Papua New Guinea (as well as personal communication with ex-prisoners and unemployed youths about how these young men view themselves.) Many of the young men who were interviewed often stated that they didn't want to lead criminal lives, but were forced to do so, in order to survice." --Intro.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
Rape in England Wales and the United States of America
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SOCIAL IDENTITY AND RAPE
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