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  1. Index
      1. Historical see also: feminism
      2. Law see also: reporting
      3. Rape Shield Law
      4. Definitions see also: survivor, victim
      5. Rape statistics
    1. Types of rape
      1. a Incest
      2. b Statutory rape
      3. c Acquaintance ("date") rape
      4. d Spousal Rape see also: partner rape
      5. e Gang rape- see also rape van
      6. f Rape as means of warfare
      7. g Drug facilitated rape
      8. h See also: sexual harassment
    2. Rape by gender
      1. which includes:
      2. a Rape of females by males - see also violence against women hate crimes.
      3. b Rape of males by males
      4. c Rape of males by females
      5. d Rape of females by females
    3. Effects of rape and aftermath
      1. a Medical emergency information
      2. b Hotlines
      3. c RAINN- see also victim advocacy, rape crisis centers
      4. d Secondary victimization
      5. e Victim blaming see also: Katie Roiphe
      6. f Just World Hypothesis
      7. g Self blame
      8. h Multiple re-victimization of rape victims
      9. i PTSD
      10. j Dissociation
      11. k victim's rights amendment
      12. Consent see also: informed consent
      13. Causes of rape
    4. Rape and punishment
      1. a Punishment of assailants
      2. b Punishment of victims
      3. c Rape and cultural views
      4. d Rape as punishment
      5. e Rape and human rights
      6. f anti-rape female condom
      7. g rape culture
    5. Rapists
      1. a Male rapist profiles
      2. b Female rapist and abuser profiles
      3. c Warning signs for potential male rapists
      4. d Warning signs for potential female rapists
    6. Reporting
      1. a Underreporting
    7. Military rape
      1. Rape of Nanking
      2. Experimental Rape by Nazi Scientists
      3. College sexual assault
      4. The role of control and loss of privacy in rape
      5. Quotes
    8. Vocabulary
      1. Definitions of rape
      2. deconstruction
    9. References & Further reading
      1. a Academic and reference books
      2. b Others
      3. External links
      4. a Research resources on sexual assault and rape
      5. b Images

 

Historical see also: feminism

Law see also: reporting

Rape Shield Law

 

Definitions see also: survivor, victim

Rape statistics

 

Types of rape

 

a Incest

b Statutory rape

c Acquaintance ("date") rape

d Spousal Rape see also: partner rape

e Gang rape- see also rape van

f Rape as means of warfare

g Drug facilitated rape

h See also: sexual harassment

 

 

Rape by gender

which includes:

 

a Rape of females by males - see also violence against women hate crimes.

b Rape of males by males

c Rape of males by females

d Rape of females by females

 

 

Effects of rape and aftermath

 

a Medical emergency information

b Hotlines

c RAINN- see also victim advocacy, rape crisis centers

d Secondary victimization

e Victim blaming see also: Katie Roiphe

f Just World Hypothesis

g Self blame

h Multiple re-victimization of rape victims

i PTSD

j Dissociation

k victim's rights amendment

 

 

Consent see also: informed consent

 

Causes of rape

 

Rape and punishment

which includes:

 

a Punishment of assailants

b Punishment of victims

c Rape and cultural views

d Rape as punishment

e Rape and human rights

f anti-rape female condom

g rape culture

 

 

Rapists

which includes:

 

a Male rapist profiles

b Female rapist and abuser profiles

c Warning signs for potential male rapists

d Warning signs for potential female rapists

 

Reporting

a Underreporting

 

Military rape

Rape of Nanking

Experimental Rape by Nazi Scientists

College sexual assault

 

The role of control and loss of privacy in rape

Quotes

Vocabulary

Definitions of rape

deconstruction

 

References & Further reading

a Academic and reference books

b Others

 

External links

 

a Research resources on sexual assault and rape

b Images

References

 

 

topics to be added

 

  1. Causes of Rape
  2. Child molestation
  3. Rape on college campuses
  4. Aggression
  5. Femicide
  6. Incest
  7. Sexual assault
  8. Sexual harassment
  9. Sydney gang rapes
  10. trafficking in human beings
  11. rape culture
  12. rape pornography
  13. Violence against women
  14. anti-rape female condom
  15. rape (word)
  16. history of rape
  17. laws about rape
  18. types of rape
  19. rape by gender
  20. effects of rape and aftermath
  21. some aspects of rape
  22. rape and punishment
  23. rapists
  24. Rape reporting

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