Dating response sorority violence
This online education program is designed to use a population-level approach to educate all students on the issues associated with sexual assault and relationship violence, taking into account their unique perspectives and experiences.Students are required to complete this program by the first day of classes.
A version of this paper was presented at the Association for Women in Psychology Annual Conference, Hartford, Connecticut, March 1991.
We thank Thomas Dietz, Joseph Scimecca, and two anonymous reviewers for valuable comments on this work.
Representatives from each fraternity and sorority (VIP Chairs) facilitate various awareness programs for their chapter's members and for the UCLA Greek Community as a whole. As a VIP Chair, you receive: “Engaging my brotherhood in meaningful dialogue regarding the implications of rape culture, and how to prevent sexual assault and violence.” “This means a lot to me because sexual assault has been a huge burden in my life.
I want to make sure these types of assaults never happen again and other people do not have to feel the pain that I did.” “VIP Chair to me means you are someone in your chapter that is source of non-judgmental listening.
On July 7, 2015, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into legislation new mandates for sexual violence prevention on college campuses.