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has been cited by the following article:
- TITLE: A Social Problem: Individual and Group Rape
- AUTHORS: Nicola Malizia
- KEYWORDS: Sexual Behavior, Sexual Abuse, Rape, Sexual Violence
JOURNAL NAME: Advances in Applied Sociology
Mar 08, 2017
- ABSTRACT: The terms that describe a non-consensual sexual behavior such as rape, sexual abuse or sexual violence are very different, as are the negative effects on a victim of a physical and psychic nature, taking into account the different approaches of the attacker. The consent of the victim is absent or obtained by the attacker with physical and/or psychological violence; but it is also possible that the victim is unconscious or incapable of understanding. Those guilty of sexual offenses fall into a special category that is called “sex offenders” within which there is a diversification of ways concerning the manner, degree and motivations. Research has shown that attackers acting in a group and those who are an individual attacker differ in their attitude towards the victim.