This study examined sexual assault of both females and males attending a mid-sized rural southern college campus with fewer than 12,000 students. The online survey (N = 659) included questions to measure attempted and/or completed rape, sexual coercion, and sexual contact. We investigated whether perceptions of the overall campus climate differed between student survivors and student non-victims. Findings indicated that sexual victimization occurred at this university, and that this social problem is not limited to large urban schools.
Navarro, Jordana N. and Clevenger, Shelly
"Investigating Students' Experiences with Sexual Victimization and Their Perceptions of the Overall Campus Climate at a Rural Institution,"
Contemporary Rural Social Work Journal: Vol. 8:
2, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.murraystate.edu/crsw/vol8/iss2/3