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of women have been victims of rape or attempted rape since starting college.
Methodological differences, such as the method of survey administration, the definition of rape or sexual assault used, the wording of questions, and the time period studied contribute to these disparities.
Stuart Taylor Jr., a Brookings Institution fellow, remarked, "This most plausible explanation is that most of those classified by the survey as “victims” of sexual assault or rape did not really think that they had been sexually assaulted." KC Johnson, a Brooklyn College history professor who tracks college sexual assault issues, noted that if the AAU survey were taken literally, the rates "suggest a violent crime rate at most campuses higher than in any city in the country." Stuart Taylor Jr.
argued in a Washington Post op-ed article that the survey was subject to non-response bias and used an overly broad definition of sexual assault.
The OCR guidance also included the threat to withdraw federal funding to schools that do not comply.
Research consistently shows that the majority of rape and other sexual assault survivors do not report their attacks to law enforcement.
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Women of color, women who are raped by an acquaintance or family members, and women who were using drugs or alcohol when they were assaulted are generally less likely to report the crime to police.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating