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In the article Typing Rape Offenders from Their Offense Narratives, Richards et al. (2004) discuss two prominent taxonomies of rapists: the Groth-Birnbaum typology and the Knight-Prentky typology. Watch Dr. David Lisak’s lecture, Confronting the Reality of Sexual Violence on the College Campus:
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Play Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_iZCWfYZ9IU
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After listening to Dr. Lisak, provide answers to the following questions: Does the profile of a “college rapist” align with either of the aforementioned typologies? If so, in what way(s)? If not, what distinguishes a “college rapist” from the rapist-types discussed in the article? Are there factors unique to colleges and universities that make campus environments more prone to sexual assault than other environments? How, if at all, might available typologies be used to prevent sexual assault on college campuses?
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*GRADING STRUCTURE: “Excellent” (19-21), “Very Good” (18), “Good” (17), “Needs Improvement” (15-16), “Unsatisfactory” (Below 14), or “Incomplete” (0 point).

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