It’s on us to make sure UW-Whitewater is a community in which everyone is safe and supported. Watch the video, share it with your friends, and let’s work together to eliminate sexual assault from our campus.
Andersen Library can help you learn more. Library resources include books such as these:
- Not alone: The first report of the White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault (online federal document),
- May I kiss you?: A candid look at dating, communication, respect & sexual assault awareness (3rd-floor Main Collection, HV6558 .D65 2003),
- Voices of courage: Inspiration from survivors of sexual assault (3rd-floor Main Collection, HV6556 .V65 2005),
- Intimate betrayal: Domestic violence in lesbian relationships (3rd-floor Main Collection, HQ75.5 .I575 2001),
- The date rape prevention book: The essential guide for girls & women (3rd-floor Main Collection, HV6561 .L56 2000),
- Fearless: The complete personal safety guide for women (3rd-floor Main Collection, GV1111.5 .D36 2000), and
- From hate crimes to human rights: A tribute to Matthew Shepard (3rd-floor Main Collection, HQ76.5 .F76 2001).
You also can find articles including:
- “WINNER OF THE 2013 STUDENT POSTER COMPETITION: Campus readiness for sexual assault prevention: An assessment of Lebanon Valley College” (Sociological Viewpoints, 2014, vol.30:no:1, pp.36-48),
- “College women’s experiences with physically forced, alcohol- or other drug-enabled, and drug-facilitated sexual assault before and since entering college” (Journal of American College Health, 2009, vol.57:no.6, pp.639-649),
- “Gender differences in heterosexual college students’ conceptualizations and indicators of sexual consent: Implications for contemporary sexual assault prevention education” (Journal of Sex Research, 2014, vol.51:no.8, pp.904-916),
- “Sexual harassment in higher education: Re-framing the puzzle of its persistence” (Journal of Policy Practice, 2014, vol.13:no.4, pp.276-299. doi:10.1080/15588742.2014.929070), and
- “Mexican-American and Caucasian university men’s experience of sexual harassment: A preliminary report” (Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 2012, vol.13:no.3, pp.264-269. doi:10.1037/a0025031).
These resources are just a sample of the many, many others available on these topics. Please ask a librarian for assistance with finding additional resources.
Andersen Library is a federal and Wisconsin depository library with federal and state government documents on a variety of current and relevant issues available to you in various formats (print, DVD/CD-ROM, online). Check out your government at Andersen Library!