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Research

Bystander Intervention

Banyard, V.L. Moynihan, M.M., & Plante, E.G. (2007) Sexual violence prevention through bystander education: An experimental evaluation. Journal of Community Psychology, 35, 463-481.

Banyard, V.L. Plante, E., & Moynihan M. (2005). Rape Prevention Through Bystander Education: Bringing a Broader Community Perspective to Sexual Violence Prevention. Final report to NIJ for grant 2002-WG-BX-0009.

Hart, T. C., & Miethe, T. D. (2008). Exploring bystander presence and intervention in nonfatal violence victimization: When does helping really help? Violence and Victims

Latané, B., & Darley, J. M. (1968). Group Inhibition of Bystander Intervention in Emergencies.Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

Moynihan, M.M. & Barnyard, V.L. (2008). Community responsibility for preventing sexual violence: A pilot study with campus Greeks and intercollegiate athletes. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, 36, 23-38.

Male Involvement

Berkowitz, A.D. (2004) Working with Men to Prevent Violence Against Women: An Overview (Parts One and Two)

More Alan Berkowitz articles

Casey, E. & Smith, T. (2010). “How can I not?”: Men’s pathways to involvement in anti-violence against women work. Violence Against Women, 16(8), 953-973.

Harris, F. (2010). College men’s meanings of masculinities and contextual influences: Toward a conceptual model. Journal of College Student Development, 51(3), 297-318.

Policy

Sexual Assault: What Colleges and Universities Are Doing About It

Walker, G.S. (2010). The evolution and limits of the title IX doctrine on peer sexual assault. Harvard Civil Rights- Civil Liberties Law Review, 45, 95-133.

Primary Prevention

Lee, D.S., Guy, L., Perry, B., Sniffen, C.K., & Mixon, S.A. (2007). Sexual Violence prevention. The Prevention Researcher, 14(2), 15-20.

Vladutiu, C.J., Martin, S.L, & Macy, R.J. (2010).  College- or University-based sexual assault prevention programs: A review of program outcomes, characteristics, and recommendations. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 12(2), 67-86.

Social Marketing

The basics of social marketing: How to use marketing to change behavior. From the Social Marketing National Excellence Collaborative.

National Cancer Institute (2001). Making Health Communication Programs Work: A Planner's Guide. Bethesda, MD: U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.

Potter, S.J., Moynihan, M.M., & Stapleton, J.G. (2011). Using social self-identification in social marketing materials aimed at reducing violence against women on campus.  Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 26, 971-990.