RAPE MYTH ACCEPTANCE AMONG INTERCOLLEGIATE STUDENT ATHLETES: A PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION
- WHY ARE STAR ATHLETES GETTING AWAY WITH SEXUAL ASSAULT? Goodwin, Jan // Glamour;Oct2000, Vol. 98 Issue 10, p340
Focuses on the alleged sexual assaults made by several college athletes in the United States. Details on the attacks; Alleged assailants; Information on the National Coalition Against Violent Athletes. INSET: RAPED ON CAMPUS: WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?.
- Jock talk. Bonanni, Marc; Canter, Mark // Men's Health;Dec90, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p11
Reports on the result of eavesdropping made by a sports sociologist at Ohio State University on conversations of varsity players in their locker rooms. Focus of a majority of the conversations on sexual conquests, drinking and belittling others who got good grades.
- Abusive Behaviors Of College Athletes. Chandler, Steve B.; Johnson, Dewayne J.; Carroll, Pamela S. // College Student Journal;Dec99, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p638
Frequent media reports of athletes involved in domestic unrest suggest the need to determine if college athletes are more often involved in abusive behaviors than nonathletes. A questionnaire concerning abusive behaviors was administered to 126 college athletes and 216 nonathletes. Frequency and...
- Participation in NCAA Division I athletics: Self-perception differences in athletes and nonathletes. Curry, Lewis A.; Rehm, Michael // College Student Journal;Mar1997, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p96
Determines differences between self-perceptions of National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I athletes and university nonathletes in global self-worth and twelve specific domains. Athletes' higher perception of themselves in athletic competence, romantic relationships and social...
- Abstention from sex and other pre-game rituals used by college male varsity athletes. Fischer, Gloria J. // Journal of Sport Behavior;Jun97, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p176
Examines whether college varsity athletes in the United States believe abstinence from sex before a game helps their performance. Pre-game rituals of most athletes; Comparison on the beliefs on abstinence from sex before a game between football and baseball players; Reasons why the players...
- Influencing the football prospect's choice of college. Kraft, Robert; Dickerson, Kevin // Coach & Athletic Director;Apr96, Vol. 65 Issue 9, p72
Discusses the results of `Coach and Athletic Director' magazine's survey of the factors that influence football prospects in their choice of college. Interest of the coaching staff on the prospect; Academic excellence of the college; Events that were considered the most important in the...
- Perceptions of Athletic Training Services by Collegiate Student-Athletes: A Measurement of... Unruh, Scott // Journal of Athletic Training (National Athletic Trainers' Associ;Oct-Dec98, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p347
Provides information on a study that evaluated the perceptions of student-athletes to their athletic trainers and to the medical coverage provided for them by the athletic departments at their institutions. Methodology; Instrument used in the study; Results of the study.
- Crime & justice. // Youth Studies Australia;Jun1996, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p57
Presents an abstract of the study `Adolescent attitudes about rape,' by R. Kershner and published in the 31st volume of the 1996 issue of the `Adolescence' journal.
- Adolescent attitudes about rape. Kershner, Ruth // Adolescence;Spring96, Vol. 31 Issue 121, p29
Examines adolescent attitudes about rape in order to develop curricular materials. Exhibition of conservative attitudes about gender roles, general rape myths and victim issues; Examination of common rape myths; Misconceptions about court processes and victims.