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|Title:||Sexual aggression and victimization in dating relationships among Chinese college students|
|Authors:||Prof. TANG So Kum, Catherine |
Critelli, Joseph W.
Porter, James F.
|Source:||Archives of Sexual Behavior, 1995, vol. 24(1), pp. 47-53.|
|Journal:||Archives of Sexual Behavior|
|Abstract:||Sexual victimization in dating relationships among female Chinese college students in Hong Kong was studied. Findings were compared to Chinese males' self-reports of sexual aggression. Nonstranger sexual victimization was common among Chinese female college students, especially for less intimate forms of sexual contact. Prevalence of sexual victimization was similar to that in North America for less intimate forms of contact but less prevalent for more intimate contact, including rape. A greater proportion of women than men reported the experience of several behaviors engaged in against a woman's will. These included kissing, and touching a woman's hand, knee, leg, or crotch.|
|Type:||Peer Reviewed Journal Article|
|Appears in Collections:||Counselling and Psychology - Publication|
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