Major Problems Within Campus Sexual Violence Essay
Professor Jo Dulan
Women’s Studies 204
9, December 2014
Major Problems in Campus Sexual Violence
Campus Sexual Violence is a major problem in our Post-Secondary institutions (PSI), as a collective. However, if one were to view the data at each institution on an individual biases, one would find the ratio for which these crimes are reported, compared to student population is very low. I will theorize the major problems in regards to Campus Sexual Violence and its commonalities and difference across campuses. In addition, I will provide conjecture on the changes that may assist in reforming the policies that are currently in place.
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