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Key Findings from National Prevalence of Sexual Violence by a Workplace-Related Perpetrator

A new analysis on workplace sexual violence has been published, providing a new window into workplace-related sexual violence. This analysis provides information into specific types of sexual violence people have experienced by a workplace-related perpetrator and offers a closer look at the perpetrators of these behaviors.

Publish Date

July 2020

Key Findings of the Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace Megan Thomas Fri, 10/20/2017

Cover image of research translationThe Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency charged with enforcing federal labor laws that prohibit workplace discrimination, released findings from a year-long look into harassment in the workplace.

Key Findings from “Sexual Identity, Sex of Sexual Contacts, and Health-Related Behaviors among Students in Grades 9–12 - United States and selected sites, 2015” Taylor Teichman Thu, 02/16/2017

This research translation summarizes a national CDC survey from 2015 on sexual identity and health-related behaviors of high school students.

Key Findings from Sexual Violence Victimization and Associations with Health in a Community Sample of African American Women Sally Laskey Thu, 02/04/2016

Basile, Smith, Fowler, Walters, and Hamburger (2016) offer a window into the lived experiences of African American women in Sexual violence victimization and associations with health in a community sample of African American women. This research translation summarizes the article’s key findings to help support sexual violence prevention and response strategies with Black and African American communities.

Publish Date

February 2016

Children’s Exposure to Violence, Crime, and Abuse: An Update Taylor Teichman Tue, 10/06/2015

This bulletin discusses the second National Survey of Children’s Exposure to Violence (NatSCEV II), which was conducted in 2011 as a follow up to the original NatSCEV I survey.

Publish Date

September 2015

Issue 22: What's missing from the news on sexual violence? An analysis of coverage, 2011-2013 Sally Laskey Tue, 09/01/2015

This publication explores how sexual violence is portrayed in the news and considers the implications of these portrayals for prevention advocates and journalists interested in discussing not just the details of sexual violence, but also how to end it. The findings lay the foundation for ongoing work to define more effective messages about sexual violence that can support prevention policies.

This work is part of a multi-year collaboration between the National Sexual Violence Resource Center and Berkeley Media Studies Group.

Publish Date

September 2015

Key Findings: Rethinking Serial Perpetration mszymanski Mon, 08/24/2015

Principales hallazgos del estudio ‘La victimización mediante violencia sexual y sus asociaciones con la salud en una muestra comunitaria de mujeres hispanas’ Sally Laskey Tue, 06/30/2015

Esta traducción resume los principales hallazgos del estudio “La victimización de Violencia Sexual y de las asociaciones de la salud en una muestra de la comunidad de las mujeres hispanas,” realizado por K. C. Basile, S.G. Smith, M.L. Walters, D.N. Fowler, K. Hawk y M.E. Hamburger.

Key Findings from ‘Sexual Violence Victimization and Associations with Health in a Community Sample of Hispanic Women’ Sally Laskey Tue, 06/30/2015

Sexual violence can result in many health, economic, and social struggles in the lives of survivors. This resource highlights findings from a 2015 study on sexual violence against Latina women. Findings can help strengthen our prevention and response strategies with Latin@ communities. In
Spanish.

Publish Date

June 2015

Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) Functioning and Effectiveness: Findings from the National SART Project

This practitioner focused report of findings from a national research project on Sexual Assault Response Team functioning and effectiveness.

The full version of the technical research report to the National Institute of Justice is available online.
Scientific publications of the data in peer-reviewed journals with full methodological details are also available.

Publish Date

May 2015