Excerpted from The Men’s Bibliography: A Comprehensive Bibliography of Writing on Men, Masculinities, and Sexualities. Compiled by Michael Flood (20th edition, 2017, Canberra, Australia. ISBN 0 646 18088 6. Web address: http://mensbiblio.xyonline.net/ )
NOTE: For materials on engaging men in particular on campus, see the relevant section.
Key guides to prevention in universities
Banyard, V. L. (2014). Improving college campus-based prevention of violence against women: A strategic plan for research built on multipronged practices and policies. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 15(4), 339-351.
DeGue, S. (2014). Preventing Sexual Violence on College Campuses: Lessons from Research and Practice. Prepared for the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault, April 2014. URL: https://endingviolence.uiowa.edu/assets/CDC-Preventing-Sexual-Violence-on-College-Campuses-Lessons-from-Research-and-Practice.pdf.
Dills, J., D. Fowler, and G. Payne. (2016). Sexual Violence on Campus: Strategies for Prevention. Atlanta, GA: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. URL: https://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/pdf/campussvprevention.pdf
Gibbons, Roberta E. (2013). The Evaluation of Campus-Based Gender Violence Prevention Programming: What We Know about Program Effectiveness and Implications for Practitioners. VAWnet Applied Research paper from the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence. URL: http://vawnet.org/material/evaluation-campus-based-gender-violence-prevention-programming-what-we-know-about-program.
Osmer, Sarah. (ed.) (2016). A Safer Campus: A Guidebook and Resource on Prevention and Response to Sexual & Intimate Partner Violence & Stalking for Ohio Campuses. Second Edition. Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence, Ohio Department of Health and Ohio Domestic Violence Network.
Universities UK. (2016). Changing the Culture: Report of the Universities UK Taskforce examining violence against women, harassment and hate crime affecting university students. London: Universities UK. URL: http://www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/policy-and-analysis/reports/Pages/changing-the-culture-final-report.aspx
Virginia Sexual & Domestic Violence Action Alliance. (2016). Safety and Justice for All: Best Practices for Virginia Campuses Addressing Gender-Based Violence. (2 editions, campus and community college). Richmond, VA. URL: http://www.communitysolutionsva.org/index.php/resources/item/best-practices-guides-for-va-campuses.
Vladutiu, C.J., S.L. Martin, and R.J. Macy. (2011). College- or University-based Sexual Assault Prevention Programs: A review of program outcomes, characteristics, and recommendations. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 12(2): 67-86.
American College Health Association (ACHA). (2008). Shifting the Paradigm: Primary prevention of sexual violence. Baltimore, MD: ACHA (24 pp.). URL: http://www.acha.org/SexualViolence/index.cfm.
American College Health Association (ACHA). (2016). ACHA Guidelines: Addressing Sexual and Relationship Violence on College and University Campuses. Retrieved from Hanover, MD:
Annan, Travis. (2009). Campus Sexual Assault Prevention: Supporting Male Student Allies in an Effort to Sustain Engagement. The Vermont Connection, 30(1), 8-16.
Argiero, S. J., Dyrdahl, J. L., Fernandez, S. S., Whitney, L. E., & Woodring, R. J. (2010). A Cultural Perspective for Understanding How Campus Environments Perpetuate Rape-Supportive Culture. Journal of the Indiana University Student Personnel Association, 26-40.
Australian Human Rights Commission. (2017). Change the course: National report on sexual assault and sexual harassment at Australian universities. Sydney: AHRC.
Azimi, A. M., & Daigle, L. E. (2017). Promising Avenues for Prevention: Confronting Sexual Victimization on College Campuses. Preventing Crime and Violence (pp. 243-260): Springer.
Banyard, V. L. (2014). Improving college campus–based prevention of violence against women: A strategic plan for research built on multipronged practices and policies. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 15(4), 339-351.
Banyard, V. L., Moynihan, M. M., Cares, A. C., & Warner, R. (2014). How do we know if it works? Measuring outcomes in bystander-focused abuse prevention on campuses. Psychology of Violence, 4(1), 101-115. doi:10.1037/a0033470
Bedera, N., & Nordmeyer, K. (2015). “Never Go Out Alone”: An Analysis of College Rape Prevention Tips. Sexuality & Culture, 1-10.
Benn-John, J., & Wane, N. (2016). CampUS safety project: A model for engaging young people to prevent violence against women on post-secondary campuses in Canada. Interfaces Brasil/Canadá, 16(2), 113-126.
Berkowitz, Alan. (2007). Overcoming the Obstacles to Campus Safety: Developing a Comprehensive Approach to Prevention. Academic Impressions. URL: http://www.alanberkowitz.com/Campus%20Safety%20Whitepaper.pdf.
Bows, H., Burrell, S. and Westmarland, N. (2015) Rapid Evidence Assessment of Current Interventions, Approaches, and Policies on Sexual Violence on Campus. Durham, UK: Durham University Sexual Violence Task Force. Available at: <https://www.dur.ac.uk/resources/svtf/DUSVTFRAEfinalpdfversion.pdf>.
Boyle, K.M., & Walker, L.S. (2016). The neutralization and denial of sexual violence in college party subcultures. Deviant Behavior, [ahead-of-print]. DOI:10.1080/01639625.2016.1185862
Carr, J. L., and K. M. Vandeusen. (2004). Risk factors for male sexual aggression on college campuses. Journal of Family Violence 19(5): 279-289.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2014). Preventing sexual violence on college campuses: Lessons from research and practice. Retrieved July 9 2014 from https://www.notalone.gov/schools/.
Chiriboga, X. (2016). A text message intervention to increase awareness of sexual assault on campus.
Cissner, A. B. (2009). Evaluating the mentors in violence prevention program: Preventing gender violence on a college campus. New York: Center for Court Innovation.
de Lange, N., Mitchell, C., & Moletsane, R. (2015). Girl-led strategies to address campus safety: Creating action briefs for dialogue with policy makers. Agenda, 29(3), 118-127. doi:10.1080/10130950.2015.1072300
Dean, M.M. (2015). Affective intervention: Beyond campus rape prevention. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University.
Donde, S.D., Ragsdale, S.K.A., Koss, M.P., & Zucker, A.N. (2018). If it wasn’t rape, was it sexual assault? Comparing rape and sexual assault acknowledgment in college women who have experienced rape. Violence Against Women. DOI:10.1177/1077801217743339
Edwards, K. M., Moynihan, M. M., Rodenhizer-Stämpfli, K. A., Demers, J. M., & Banyard, V. L. (2015). Campus community readiness to engage measure: Its utility for campus violence prevention initiatives—preliminary psychometrics. Violence and Gender, 2(4), 214-224.
End Rape on Campus Australia. (2017). Connecting the dots: Understanding sexual assault in university communities. Sydney.
Exner-Cortens, D., & Wells, L. (2017, April). State of the science brief: Programmatic approaches to sexual violence prevention and risk reduction in post-secondary settings. Calgary, AB: The University of Calgary, Shift: The Project to End Domestic Violence.
Fedina, L., Holmes, J. L., & Backes, B. L. (2016). Campus Sexual Assault: A Systematic Review of Prevalence Research From 2000 to 2015. Trauma Violence Abuse. doi:10.1177/1524838016631129
Fenton, R. A., & Mott, H. L. (2015a). The intervention initiative: Student feedback February 2015. Bristol: University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://public.uwe.ac.uk/faculties/BBS/BUS/law/Law%20docs/bystander/Par… dent_Feedback_report.pdf
Fenton, R. A., & Mott, H. L. (2015b). Strategy for addressing sexual and domestic violence in universities: Prevention and response. Retrieved from http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/bl/research/interventioninitiative/foruniversitie… entionstrategy.aspx
Fenton, R. A., Mott, H. L., McCartan, K. & Rumney, P. N. S. (2014). The intervention initiative toolkit and website. Retrieved from http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/bl/research/interventioninitiative/thetoolkit.aspx
Fenton, R. A., Mott, H. L., McCartan, K., & Rumney, P. N. S. (2016). A review of evidence for bystander intervention to prevent sexual and domestic violence in universities. (No. 2016011). London, UK: Public Health England. Retrieved from https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/fi…
Fenton, R.A., & Mott, H.L. (2016) Evaluation of The Intervention Initiative, a Bystander Intervention Program to Prevent Violence Against Women in Universities (under review)
Finestone, E. (2011). “Just trying to avoid doing it”: Exploring Gendered Interpretations and Discussions of Sexual Assault Media Campaigns for Men on Campus. Doctoral dissertation, Carleton University Ottawa.
Fisher, B. S., Daigle, L. E., & Cullen, F. T. (2009). Unsafe in the ivory tower: The sexual victimization of college women. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Franklin, C. A., Jin, H. R., Ashworth, L. M., & Viada, J. H. (2016). Sexual Assault Resource Availability on Texas Higher Education Campuses: A Web Site Content Analysis. Women & Criminal Justice, 26(5), 354-380.
Gala, S., & Gross-Schaefer, A. (2016). Sexual assault: The crisis that blindsided higher education. International Journal of Social Science Studies, 4(8). DOI:10.11114/ijsss.v4i8.1692
Gillum, T. L. (2014). Reconceptualizing Prevention of Violence Against Women on College Campuses: Response to Victoria Banyard’s Actualizing the Potential of Primary Prevention: A Research Agenda. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 15(4), 352-357.
Graham, L. M., Treves-Kagan, S., Magee, E. P., DeLong, S. M., Ashley, O. S., Macy, R. J., . . . Bowling, J. M. (2017). Sexual Assault Policies and Consent Definitions: A Nationally Representative Investigation of United States Colleges and Universities. Journal of school violence(just-accepted).
Harris, Jessica C., and Chris Linder. (eds.) (2017). Intersections of Identity and Sexual Violence on Campus: Centering Minoritized Students’ Experiences. Stylus Publishing.
Introduction—Jessica C. Harris and Chris Linder
Part One: Historical Context
1) Digging Up the Roots, Rustling the Leaves: A Critical Consideration of the Root Causes of Sexual Violence and Why Higher Education Needs More Courage—Luoluo Hong
2) Centering Women of Color in the Discourse on Sexual Violence on College Campuses—Jessica C. Harris
3) Reexamining Our Roots: A History of Racism and Antirape Activism—Chris Linder
Part Two: Contemporary Context
4) For Brandon, For Justice: Naming and Ending Sexual Violence Against Trans* College Students—Susan B. Marine
5) “The Wounds of Our Experience”: College Men Who Experienced Sexual Violence—Daniel Tillapaugh
6) The Intersections of Lived Oppression and Resilience: Sexual Violence Prevention for Women of Color on College Campuses— Ciera V. Scott, Anneliese A. Singh, and Jessica C. Harris
7) Sexual Victimization of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing College Students—LaVerne McQuiller Williams
8) Queer-Spectrum Student Sexual Violence: Implications for Research, Policy, and Practice—Jason C. Garvey, Jessi Hitchins, and Elizabeth McDonald
Section Three: Coalition Building for the Future
9) Intersectionality, Power, Privilege, and Campus-Based Sexual Violence Activism—Chris Linder and Jess S. Myers
10) An Empowerment-Based Model of Sexual Violence Intervention and Prevention on Campus—Naddia Cherre Palacios and Karla L. Aguilar
11) Mapping Identities: An Intersectional Analysis of Policies on Sexual Violence—Susan V. Iverson
12) Conclusion: History, Identity, and Power-Conscious Strategies for Addressing Sexual Violence on College Campuses—Chris Linder and Jessica C. Harris.
Harrison, J., & Lafreniere, G. (2015). The change project: University campuses ending gendered violence. Retrieved from: https://legacy.wlu.ca/documents/60876/The_Change_Project_-Laurier_Report_.pdf
Hatch, A.E. (2017). Campus sexual assault: A reference handbook. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
Hayes-Smith, R. M & Hayes-Smith, J. M, (2009). A Website Content Analysis of Women’s Resources and Sexual Assault Literature on College Campuses. Critical Criminology, 17: 109-123.
Humphreys, T.P. & Herold, E. (2003). Should universities and colleges mandate sexual behavior? Student perceptions of Antioch College’s consent policy. Journal of Psychology & Human Sexuality, 15, 35-51.
Jennifer, K., & Jessica, M. (2013). Bystander education training for campus sexual assault prevention: an initial meta-analysis. Violence and victims, 28(6), 1054-1067.
Johnson, A. M., & Hoover, S. M. (2015). The potential of sexual consent interventions on college campuses: A literature review on the barriers to establishing affirmative sexual consent. PURE Insights, 4(1), 5.
Joseph, J. S., Gray, M. J., & Mayer, J. (2013). Addressing sexual assault within social systems: system justification as a barrier to college prevention efforts. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 22(5), 493-509.
Jouriles, E. N., McDonald, R., Rosenfield, D., Levy, N., Sargent, K., Caiozzo, C., & Grych, J. H. (2016). TakeCARE, a video bystander program to help prevent sexual violence on college campuses: Results of two randomized, controlled trials. Psychology of Violence, 6(3), 410.
Jozkowski, K. N., & Ekbia, H. R. (2015). "Campus Craft": a game for sexual assault prevention in universities. Games for health journal, 4(2), 95-106.
Karjane, Heather M., Bonnie S. Fisher, and Francis T. Cullen. (2002). Campus Sexual Assault: How America’s Institutions of Higher Education respond. National Institute of Justice grant. Newton, MA: Education Development Center. URL: http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/196676.pdf.
Katz, J., & Moore, J. (2013). Bystander education training for campus sexual assault prevention: An initial meta-analysis. Violence and Victims, 6, 1054-1067.
Keene, S.M. (2015). Risky residences: An exploratory study of sexual violence in university halls of residence. Masters thesis. Wellington: Victoria University.
Kipnis, Laura. (2017). Unwanted Advances: Sexual Paranoia Comes to Campus. HarperCollins.
Klaw, E., Lee, B., Alarid, B. R., Miao, D., Hickenbottom, A., & Del Mundo, S. (2012). Rape myths in the residence halls: an intervention. Family and intimate Partner Violence Quarterly, 4(3), 199-207.
Krause, K. H., Miedema, S. S., Woofter, R., & Yount, K. M. (2017). Feminist research with student activists: Enhancing campus sexual assault research. Family Relations, 66(1), 211-223.
Lalonde, J. (2014). From Reacting to Preventing: Addressing Sexual Violence on Campus by Engaging Community Partners. Report prepared for the University of Ottawa. Retrieved from: www.uottawa.ca/president/sites/ files/task-force-report-appendix-1-from-reacting-to-preventing.pdf
Langford, L. (2005). Preventing Violence and Promoting Safety in Higher Education Settings. Newton, MA: Educational Development Center.
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McCaughey, M., & Cermele, J. (2015). Changing the Hidden Curriculum of Campus Rape Prevention and Education: Women’s Self-Defense as a Key Protective Factor for a Public Health Model of Prevention. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse. doi:10.1177/1524838015611674
McGann, Patrick. (2014). Current Practices and Challenges with Engaging Men on Campus. The Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women.
McGraw, L.K. (2017). Challenging masculinities: A program analysis of male-based university sexual violence prevention programs (Masters thesis). Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
McMahon, S., Wood, L., Cusano, J., & Macri, L.M. (2018). Campus sexual assault: Future directions for research. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment. DOI:10.1177/1079063217750864
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