Prevention of Sexual Misconduct on College Campuses: A Qualitative Analysis
Campus sexual misconduct has been a growing concern in recent years. The researchers of this qualitative study analyzed the perceived adequacy of current sexual misconduct training and delivery practices from Title IX coordinators representing 11 higher education institutions across the United States. Results point to the importance of establishing both online and in-person Title IX practices to change the culture of sexual misconduct, greater support victims, and prevent future violence. Awareness of these practices is critical for institutions seeking to create safer campus climates and communities.
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DOI of Published Version
Chambers, Kaia; Romsa, Bryan; and Romsa, Katelyn, "Prevention of Sexual Misconduct on College Campuses: A Qualitative Analysis" (2021). Counseling and Human Development Faculty Publications. 70.