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SOMGEN 160: Flip the Script

This course is a sexual assault resistance education course designed specifically for university women. The course is based on theory, research evidence, and best practices for helping women resist acquaintance sexual assault. The course consists of four core components in which information is provided and skills are taught and practiced, with the goal of being able to asses risk, overcome barriers in acknowledging danger, and engage in effective verbal and physical self-defense. The social script we too often hear says:nWomen should live in constant fear of sexual violence. nWomen must sacrifice their freedom to dress how they want, go where they want, and socialize how they want to avoid sexual assault. nIf a woman is sexually assaulted, she is at least partially to blame. nIt is a man's responsibility to initiate the sexual activity that he wants. nnDo you think this social script is wrong? We sure do. Let's flip the script. nnThis class will have one lecture during the first week of classes (specific time and class location will be set by your section instructor). Then this course will break into sections.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr | Units: 1 | Grading: Satisfactory/No Credit
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