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New study sheds light on campus rape CNN A new study about the incidence of rape involving college freshmen women will probably add to the ongoing debate about whether enough is being done on campuses to keep students safe.
The study, conducted by researchers at Brown and Miriam Hospital's Centers for Behavioral and Preventive Medicineinvolved surveys with first-year women who ranged in age from 18 to They were recruited to take part in a survey about women's health and answered questions on a range of issues including alcohol consumption, suicidal ideations and sexual behavior.
They recorded their responses before they started their first year and at the end of the fall, spring and summer during their freshman year.
Read More While it is not the first study to try to study rape involving college women during their freshman year, researchers believe their methodology -- asking women during their freshman year -- might minimize "recall bias," which would be skewed results when women are asked about what happened during their freshman year several years later, said Carey.A Washington Post-Kaiser poll released in June found that 1 in 5 women say they were sexually assaulted while in college.
One of . May 20, · A new study about the incidence of rape involving college freshmen women will probably add to the debate about whether .
In the culture of sex that dominates college campuses today, status is what sex is all about. During their freshman year of college 15 percent of women are raped while incapacitated from alcohol or drugs, according to new research.
It's hard to imagine a more sobering statistic – one.
One of the most dangerous places for women in America New statistics show nearly 1 in 4 women on campuses are sexually assaulted before graduation. A Washington Post-Kaiser poll released in June found that 1 in 5 women say they were sexually assaulted while in college.
One of the poll's findings was that students differ on what.