The study attempts to compare the extent and form of dating violence experienced by black, Hispanic, and white college students.
Sexual violence is a term often used to encompass a variety of gender-based or sexualized forms of violence.
Individuals of any age, gender, and sexual orientation can experience sexual violence, and perpetrators of sexual violence can be acquaintances, family members, romantic partners, or strangers.
WPI encourages all students who have experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, or dating violence to report the incident and seek assistance.
WPI provides a variety of options to individuals who have experienced sexual violence, outlined below.
This work was supported, in part, by grants F31AA020131 and K24AA019707 from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) awarded to the first and last authors, respectively.