Table of contents for Sexual violence / Louise Gerdes, book editor.

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Foreword
Introduction
Chapter 1: Is Sexual Violence a Serious Problem?
Chapter Preface
1. Rape and Sexual Violence Are a Serious Problem
National Institute of Justice
2. Rape and Sexual Violence Are Declining
David A. Fahrenthold
3. Sexual Violence Is a Serious Problem for Women in the Military
Jane Hoppen
4. Placing Women in Combat Leads to an Increase in Sexual
Violence
Kathleen Parker
5. Internet Sexual Predators Are a Serious Problem
Alberto R. Gonzales
6. The Problem of Internet Sexual Predators Is Exaggerated
Benjamin Radford
7. False Reports of Sexual Violence Hurt the Real Victims
Wendy McElroy
8. False Reports of Sexual Violence Are Not Common
Cathleen Wilson
Periodical Bibliography
Chapter 2: What Factors Contribute to Sexual Violence?
Chapter Preface
1. Pornography Is a Significant Factor in Sexual Violence
Daniel Weiss
2. The Openness That Accompanies Pornography Reduces Sexual
Violence
Steve Chapman
3. Feminist Messages Contribute to Sexual Violence
Naomi Schaefer Riley
4. Feminist Messages Aim to Prevent Sexual Violence
Jennifer L. Pozner
5. Rap Music Promotes Sexual Violence
Michele Goodwin
6. Many Rap Artists Promote Positive Messages
Jeff Chang and Dave Zirin
Periodical Bibliography
Chapter 3: How Should Society Respond to the Problem of Sexual
Violence?
Chapter Preface
1. Society Should Not Blame the Victim for Sexual Violence
Laura Pedro
2. Some Victims Are Responsible in Part for Sexual Violence
Ron Liddle
3. Monetary Settlement of Sexual Abuse Claims Against the Catholic
Church Protects Children
Raymond J. DeSouza
4. Monetary Sexual Abuse Settlements Cover Up Criminal Activity in the
Catholic Church
Donald P. Russo
5. Hospitals Should Offer Emergency Contraception to Rape Victims
Erin Varner
6. Hospitals Should Not Offer Emergency Contraception to Rape
Victims
Matt Sande
Periodical Bibliography
Chapter 4: What Policies Will Best Address Sexual Violence?
Chapter Preface
1. Strict Sex Offender Laws Will Reduce Sexual Violence
Alberto R. Gonzales
2. Strict Sex Offender Laws Will Not Reduce Sexual Violence
America
3. Rape Shield Laws Are Necessary
Gloria Allred and Margery Somers
4. Rape Shield Laws Are Unfair
Cathy Young
5. Global Tracking of Convicted Sexual Predators Will Protect
Children
AnneMarie Knepper
6. Global Tracking of Convicted Sexual Predators Will Not Protect
Children
Kim Talman
Periodical Bibliography
For Further Discussion
Bibliography of Books
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sex crimes -- United States.
Rape -- United States.
Sex offenders -- United States.