According to the Kinsey Institute of Indiana University (2015), their goal is to advance sexual health and knowledge worldwide. Over the past 60 years, this institution has been a trusted source for research as well as information regarding serious issues affecting sex, gender and reproduction. According to (Whitehead 1994), Dr. Alfred Kinsey the institute founder purported that “sexual satisfaction is a childhood goal”. His philosophy was accepted in 1964 by the Sex Information and Education Council of the Unites States (SIECUS) to educate school children about issues associated with human sexuality. Thus the Kinsey institute was established.
2. Overview Child sexual abuse and the effects it has on victims and perpetrators have received much needed attention by various theorist such as Silverman, Reinherz and Giaconia (1996: 710); Glueck and Hammer (1957:326) and Chapman, Dube and Anda (2007: 359). The American Psychiatric Association (APA, 2000 ) have listed various paraphilias in the DSM-IV related to child sexual abuse that are recognised as legitimate mental disorders but hebephilia has long been regarded as a normal sexual attraction. Hebephila is an erotic attraction or sexual activity with pubescent adolescents (aged 11 to 17) of both sexes by an individual at least five years older than the victim (Campher, Bezuidenhout, 2010:44; Blanchard, 2009:335; Glueck and Hammer,
Some sociologists of the earlier decades believed that individual' protagonists in society and even societies at large can use the same methods of scientific studies which were used in the natural disciplines. Nevertheless, the activists and feminist authors promoted the rape culture in the United State in the year 1970. The rape was the first sourcebook for the female to have the print of rape culture. The book was printed in the year 1974 and it was amongst the first books which deeply discussed rape from women's experiences point of view. In 1975, it premiered a film with the title Rape Culture.
1. Introduction To better understand the concept of plagiarism, researchers have embarked on different journeys where they use case studies to examine student behavior and their perception of plagiarism as well as measure the frequency of this behavior in various institutions and faculties across the world. In a journal titled, “An Academic Publisher’s Response to Plagiarism” Lewis, Duchac and Beets (2011) take it a step further by investigating the role that not only institutions play in cases to do with plagiarism, but also publishers that then place the articles online without taking due diligence to ensure that plagiarism did not occur and in some cases, fail to address the concerns raised by victims of such behavior. The objective of this literature review was to investigate the impact of plagiarism to the performance of students in a research methodology module. To fully analyze this topic, answers to these following questions were sought out: • What causes plagiarism amongst students?
Societal tolerance—and even embrace—of these attitudes is known as rape culture” (Oster). A Streetcar Named Desire exhibits multiple examples of behavior such as sexist, patriarchal, and/or sexually hostile attitudes. By allowing students to read this play in educational environments, these heavily flawed demeanors are being tolerated and thus promoting rape culture. An article on rape education explains that, “The many factors that both singly and in combination contribute to adolescent acquaintance rape are well documented in the literature. These contributing factors include [various rape myths, acceptance of or ignorance surrounding dating violence, alcohol and drug usage and male–female communication problems]” (Fay and Medway).
Women 's Studies, 32(3), 325 The significance of the case study “The Toleration and Erotization of Rape” by Sharon P. Johnson, scholar and a professor at the Virginia Tech University, lays in its filling in the literary discourse gap left by other folklore and literary scholars. This critical review aims to analyze what methods were used to convey the author’s thesis and wherever she was successful in delivering concise and comprehensive study according to academic conventions. Subject of “Little Red Riding Hood” tale was chosen based on its timeless relevance and my further interest in this topic, for it is not possible to fully understand the contemporary versions of any folk tale without insight into its most original literary version. Interestingly Johnson observes “Little Red Riding Hood” tale within the context of the French legal codex that is at the time of its first publication by Charles Perrault in the seventeenth century. The author emphasizes the correlation between the
1. INTRODUCTION The following essay aims to discuss on various avenues used to deal with sexual harassment in the workplace. Definition of sexual harassment will also be looked at and the two types of sexual harassment. Student Sexual Harassment policy states that sexual harassment as unwelcome conduct and the request for sexual favours, other physical and verbal conduct of a sexual nature. The programs put in place for the employer or employee to heal from the sexual harassment experienced in the workplace.
The Nature of Cyberbullying and Strategies for Prevention Nur Syaqirah binti Juri (2014132891) Abstract: This article is an article review from the original article that titled cyberbullying. In this article review, there are several sub topic will be covered. The topic comprised from introduction, discussion, recommendation and conclusion. For discussion it will covered about the definition, age and gender, type of cyberbullying, differences between cyberbullying and traditional bullying, student coping strategies .This review will provide another perception and will be an extra information about the nature of cyberbullying as whole. Keywords: cyberbullying, cyber, traditional bullying INTRODUCTION Cyberbullying is one of the crucial phenomena that always occur in our country, Malaysia.
Chapter 2 Review of Related Literature In this chapter the researchers will present related studies that maybe the same or significant in their study in regards with the causes and effect of Bullying that could help us, the researchers to explain more about this study, furthermore, this chapter will also help the others especially our co researchers to know more about the study. This study seeks to investigate and discover. This section cites both Foreign and Local. Foreign According to Ditch the Label, ‘Bullying is something that 1 in 2 people under 25 will experience in their lifetime. There is no singular definition of bullying because in comes in all shapes, sizes, and subtleties.’ (Label, D. (2018) “Bullying 101: The ultimate anti-bullying toolkit “Dicth the Label” Retrieved from https://www.ditchthelabel.org/bullying-101/)
Paul Yakubu Thinnenchi Benson Al-Amin Ahmed Abdulrazak Mohammed WRI 102 Agatha Ukatha 30 June 2015 THE NEED FOR SEX EDUCATION IN NIGERIA As population increases in Nigeria, the issues of sex education among the youths have become a major discussion today. We find ourselves in a world of dilemma between choosing when and how to teach sex education or just let them be and flow with the consequences. “Sex education, after introduction into Britain and the rest of Europe during the 1960s, means it is the exploring of social, emotional and physical aspects of growing up, having relationships, engaging in sex, and learning about sexuality and sexual health” There is a dire need for sex education in Nigeria. Sex education is supposed to be given