Degree Name

MA (Master of Arts)

Program

Criminal Justice

Date of Award

12-2018

Committee Chair or Co-Chairs

Chris Rush

Committee Members

Dustin Osborne, Brad Edwards

Abstract

This thesis analyzed the effects of sexual victimization among college women. Previous research has found that victimization has several negative effects. This thesis was designed to add to this literature by addressing how sexual victimization effects both behavior and academic performance. Results indicated that there was a significant relationship between sexual victimization and behavior changes, the type of victimization experienced had a different impact on the victim based on the type of victimization they experienced, and that academic performance was significantly affected by sexual victimization.

Document Type

Thesis - Open Access

Copyright

Copyright by the authors.

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