Sunday September 27 on Yin Radio:
Bystander Awareness Programs such as Green Dot are changing the culture of our campuses and or our society at large.
Interviews with Virginia Solan, Coordinator of Violence Prevention Programs at University of Idaho and Amber Morczek, PhD Student and Assistant to Violence Prevention Programs at WSU.
Introduction to Take Back the Night 2015 by Vice Provost, Jean Kim.
Spoken word from the 2015 Take Back the Night Event by: Mimi Price, Samantha Hansen, and Jessy Forsmo-Shadid.
Listen to the recording here:
Resources and music from today’s live show:
Till It Happens To You — Lady Gaga
Broken Homes — PJ Harvey & Tricky
No More — Deshai Williams
Peace or Violence — Stromae
-Morczek, A. (March/April 2015). The Synergistic Connection Between Sexual Violence and Rape Culture. The Sexual Assault Report, 18(4), 49-64.
-Morczek, A. (May/June 2015). Pornography: The Mass Production of Sexual Violence. The Sexual Assault Report, 18(5), 65-80.
-Makin, D.A. and Morczek, A. (2015). X Views and Counting: Interest in Rape-Oriented Pornography as Gendered Microaggression. The Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1-25. DOI: 10.1177/0886260515573572
-Makin, D.A. and Morczek, A. (in press). The Dark Side of Internet Searches” A Macro Level Assessment of Rape Culture. The International Journal of Cyber Criminology.
-Harding, K. (2015). Asking for It: The Alarming Rise of Rape Culture and What We Can Do about It. First De Capo Press: Philidelpheia, PA.
-Krakauer, J. (2015). Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town. Penguin Random House LLC: New York, NY.
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