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Transcript of MSU/RAAP

Presidents Leadership Class
University of Colorado - Boulder
April 27, 2010 THEORY victim blame objectification misrepresentation male dominance Why does it matter? 1 in 6 women will be sexually assaulted 400 students 200 women 25 already assaulted another 8 will be 6 will attempt suicide
9 will never consider themselves recovered
22 will be assaulted again college women 4 times more likely to be assaulted Case Study:
Accuser vs. Steven Lord + = she asked for it? ORGANIZATIONS Men Standing Up a division of Audience

Results' Measurability


Curriculum About MSU Mission - "understanding [men's] unique responsibilities for ending violence against women and taking whatever steps toward that change that we can."
Founded in 2003
Serves Boulder area specifically.
One staff member and twenty volunteers.
640 men served in 2008.
Curriculum - male-only volunteers for male-only classes. Topics include consent, victim blame, and cultural ideas about gender. Mission - "assist victims and educate the public about sexual violence and its prevention."
Founded in 1983.
Serves Denver and surrounding areas.
Thirteen staff members, seven board members, three interns, and numerous volunteers.
423,000 served throughout RAAP's existence.
Curriculum - Mixed-gender audience. Programs include Self-Protection and Empowerment Training (women only), Together Keeping Children Safe (directed towards parents, and Harrassment Ends by Respecting Others/Sexual Assault Free Environment (for middle and high school students). About RAAP Middle school to
college-aged males Qualitative self-analysis

Canine Classic Adults, students, children; trickle-down effect Pre- and post-tests

Canvass and grant writing Suggestions MSU -
Improve sustainability
Extend impact
Male-focused program similar to MSU
Adapt curriculum for age groups represented sexual assault: any unwanted sexual contact, sexual coercion, attempted rape, or completed rape by one individual to another individual THESIS: New methods of teaching augment the traditional techniques, taking a proactive stance in making men and women more aware of the root causes of sexual violence. "So put your hands down my pants
and I'll bet you'll feel nuts"

"Yes I'm Siskel -
Yes, I'm Ebert
and you're getting two thumbs up" "I want you smothered,
want you covered,
like my Waffle House hashbrowns." "Do it now.
You and me baby ain't nothin' but mammals.
So let's do it like they do on the Discovery Channel." Innovative; works with
schools; discussion-based Traditional; SET, HERO,
and SAFE; classroom style Experience Volunteering A special thank you to
Cody Cichowitz
David Hinojosa (MSU)
Steve Hughes (RAAP) References

(2010). Prevention Education. MESA. Retrieved on April 8, 2010 from : http://www.movingtoendsexualassault.org/preventioned.html.

(2010). Welcome. RAAP. Retrieved on April 9, 2010 from: www.raap.org.

(2009). Statistics. Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN). Retrieved on April 9, 20210 from: http://www.rainn.org/statistics.

(2008). Why people blame the rape victim: A victim blame bibliography. Rape Crisis Information Pathfinder. Retrieved on April 18, 2010 from:

(December 7, 1989). Rape Guilty Plea, After Acquittal. The New York Times. Retrieved on April 12, 2010 from: http://www.nytimes.com/1989/12/07/us/rape-guilty-

Crooks, Claire V., Goodall, George R., Hughes, Ray, Jaffe, Peter G., & Baker, Linda L. (2007). Engaging Men and Boys in Preventing Violence Against Women:
Applying a Cognitive-Behavioral Model. Violence Against Women, 13(3): 217-239. doi: 10.1177/1077801206297336

DeKeseredy, W. S., Schwartz, M. D., Fagen, D., & Hall, M. (2006). Separation/divorce sexual assault: The contribution of male support. Feminist Criminology, 1(3), 228-

Follettel, V.M., Polusnyl, M.A., Bechtlel, A.E., & Nauglel, A.E. (1996). Cumulative trauma: the impact of child sexual abuse adult sexual assault, and spouse abuse.
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Yeater, Elizabeth A. & O’Donohue, William. (1999). Sexual Assault Prevention Programs: Current Issues, Future Directions, and the Potential Efficacy of Interventions
With Women. Clinical Psychology Review, 19(7): 739-771. (D. Hinojosa, personal communication, April 19, 2010) (RAAP, 2010) (RAAP, 2010; D. Hinojosa, personal communication, February 23, 2010; Crooks, 2007) (RAINN, 2009; Follettel, et al., 1996) (DeKeseredy et al., 2006;Rape Crisis Information Pathfinder , 2008 ; Jhally, 2007) (New York Times, 1989) (Yeater & O'Donohue, 1999)
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