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Title: Gender-based violence, stalking and fear of crime: European Union project 2009-2011
Authors: Felts, T.
Schneider, R.
Höfker, S.
Balloni, A.
Bisi, R.
Sette, R.
Czapska, J.
Klosa, M.
Lesińska, E.
Bodelon, E.
Igareda, N.
Casas, G.
Stenning, P.
Mitra-Kahn, T.
Gunby, Clare
First Published: 2012
Presented at: Ruhr-University, Bochum, Germany
Publisher: Ruhr-University
Abstract: Due to their age and lifestyle, female students as a group are especially at risk from various forms of sexual violence – the aim of the three-year European-wide research project “Gender-based Violence, Stalking and Fear of Crime” (2009-2011) is to verify this hypothesis and to collect, analyse and compare relevant data in five European countries. By analysing the qualitative and quantitative data in a comparative survey it aims to rising awareness for the victimisation of female students. In the consequence this will support universities in their efforts to decrease sexual violence at universities, to help victims and to implement adequate instruments of prevention and intervention.
Type: Report
Description: Full text of this item is not currently available on the LRA. The final published report can be viewed through the links above.
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