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"In our own words" : student experiences of sexual violence prior to and during tertiary education

Contributor(s): Thursdays in Black.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Thursdays in Black, 2017Description: electronic document (178 pages) : PDF file in two parts.Other title: Thursdays in Black students' survey 2016.Subject(s): SEXUAL VIOLENCE | DISABLED PEOPLE | ABUSED MEN | ABUSED WOMEN | CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION | CONSENT | DISCLOSURE | LGBTIQ | MĀORI | SEXUAL HARASSMENT | SEXUALITY EDUCATION | SUPPORT SERVICES | TERTIARY EDUCATION | TERTIARY STUDENTS | VICTIMS OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE | YOUNG MEN | YOUNG WOMEN | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Part One (pages 1-100) | Part Two (pages 101-178)
Contents:
Executive summary -- Introduction -- Recommendations -- Chapter 1: Views on sexual violence within student communities -- Chapter 2: Experiences of high school sexuality education in Aotearoa -- Chapter 3: Histories of sexual violence prior to tertiary education -- Chapter 4; Experiences of sexual harassment while in tertiary education -- Chapter 5: Experiences of sexual assault while in tertiary education -- Chapter 6: Violence specific to minority gender, sexes and sexualities -- Chapter 7: Ableism and discrimination specific to people with disabilities -- Chapter 8: Experiences with support services... -- Chapter 9: Experiences of reporting -- Appendix -- Glossary of terms -- References
Summary: "The Thursdays in Black Students’ Survey 2016 was open to people who had been enrolled at a New Zealand tertiary education institute within the previous fi ve years. The survey was open between September and October of 2016. Respondents were asked whether they felt they had experienced sexual violence or not. Respondents were also asked to discuss their experiences with sexual violence, institutional support services, reporting pathways and sexuality education regarding consent, healthy relationships, safe sex and minority gender, sexes and sexualities inclusion. In Our Own Words summarises the findings of the Thursdays in Black Students’ Survey 2016". (From the executive summary). The survey is available in two parts. Record #5557
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Executive summary -- Introduction -- Recommendations -- Chapter 1: Views on sexual violence within student communities -- Chapter 2: Experiences of high school sexuality education in Aotearoa -- Chapter 3: Histories of sexual violence prior to tertiary education -- Chapter 4; Experiences of sexual harassment while in tertiary education -- Chapter 5: Experiences of sexual assault while in tertiary education -- Chapter 6: Violence specific to minority gender, sexes and sexualities -- Chapter 7: Ableism and discrimination specific to people with disabilities -- Chapter 8: Experiences with support services... -- Chapter 9: Experiences of reporting -- Appendix -- Glossary of terms -- References

"The Thursdays in Black Students’ Survey 2016 was open to people who had been enrolled at a New Zealand tertiary education institute within the previous fi ve years. The survey was open between September and October of 2016.

Respondents were asked whether they felt they had experienced sexual violence or not. Respondents were also asked to discuss their experiences with sexual violence, institutional support services, reporting pathways and
sexuality education regarding consent, healthy relationships, safe sex and minority gender, sexes and sexualities inclusion. In Our Own Words summarises the findings of the Thursdays
in Black Students’ Survey 2016". (From the executive summary). The survey is available in two parts. Record #5557