This annotated bibliography explores research from 2009 to 2019 on the relationship between opioid use and sexual victimization.
This annotated bibliography is for advocates, policymakers, and allies to help inform their work of meeting the needs of sexual assault survivors. This document provides the best available research to explore sexual assault program services and the challenges with meeting sexual assault survivors’ needs in multi-service programs.
This annotated bibliography is part of the National Sexual Assault Demonstration Initiative project.
This annotated bibliography is for advocates and preventionists, and can help inform their work in preventing sexual violence. This document features research articles, books, and presentation materials on bystander intervention theory and programs in various settings.
This annotated bibliograhy is a part of the Engaging Bystanders to Prevent Sexual Violence Information Packet. View the full packet or other publications included in this packet.
This annotated bibliography provides resources on the connections between sexual violence and employment. The resources highlighted in this guide can shed light on the needs of survivors and provide information on opportunities for prevention.
This bibliography is a part of the Sexual Violence & the Workplace Information Packet. View the full packet or other publications included in this packet.
The following documents discuss the relationship between sexual violence and human trafficking, including, but not limited to, sex trafficking. This annotated bibliography features articles and reports on the impact of trafficking-related violence on victims’ health, the role of armed conflict and military presence in trafficking, and minors as a special population of trafficking victims.
This annotated bibliography is part of the Assisting Trafficking Victims Information Packet. View the full packet or other publications included in this packet.
The articles, reports, and films listed in the
bibliography explore sexual violence against individuals who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer or questioning (LGBTQ) from a variety of angles, including lifetime sexual victimization, intimate partner violence, sexual violence as hate/bias crimes, and service provisions for survivors. It lists articles that dispel common myths about individuals who identify as LGBTQ and sexual violence.
This resource is part of the Information Packet on Sexual Violence & Those Who Identify as LGBTQ.
This annotated bibliography features articles on risk factors and characteristics associated with child sexual abuse perpetration. The bibliography provides research on child sexual abuse (CSA) perpetrators as a general population, as well as special perpetrator populations such as females, juveniles, pedophiles, and sexually reactive children.
Browse the rest of the Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Information Packet: overview, technical assistance bulletin, technical assistance guide on programs for adults, technical assistance guide for programs for children, resource list, annotated bibliography, research brief, and online special collection.
This document provides analysis on 33 articles from academia and the sexual violence prevention field regarding multiple aspects of sexual violence in later life.
The phenomenon of sexual abuse as committed by persons in fiduciary relationships is widespread among helping professions. This bibliography is oriented to several specific contexts in which this occurs. The first is the religious community, particularly Christian churches, and particularly in the U.S.A. This is the setting of occurrence that I best know and understand. The second context is the role of clergy, a religious vocation and culture to which I belong. While the preponderance of sources cited in this bibliography reflects those two settings, the intent is to be as comprehensive as possible about sexual boundary violations within the religious community. While the bibliography focuses on the position and role of clergy, the concept of sexual boundary violation by one in a religious role is applied here to include other positions that also involve fiduciary trust and power derived from a sanctioning religious community, e.g. a missionary, youth worker, or woman religious.