Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2019
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, a time for public awareness and education on sexual assault and how to prevent it.
CSUMB's Personal Growth and Counseling Center offers crisis help and counseling to students.
The National Sexual Violence Resource Center has a variety of guides and information on seeking consent and related topics.
The books and videos listed below are available through the CSUMB Library.
Scully, R.K., Blavin, P., Ziering A. (Producers), & Wadleigh, T., & Kopp, A. (Directors). (2015). The hunting ground [Motion picture]. U.S.A.: Anchor Bay Entertainment.
Scully, R.K. (Producer), & Dick, K. (Director). (2012). The invisible war [Motion picture]. U.S.A.: Docurama, Cinedigm Entertainment Group.
Germain, L. (2016). Campus sexual assault: College women respond. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
House, C., Kalsbeek, W., & Kruttschnitt, C. (2014). Estimating the incidence of rape and sexual assault. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press.
Skaine, R. (2016). Sexual assault in the U.S. military: The battle within America's Armed Forces. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.
Freedman, E. (2013). Redefining rape: Sexual violence in the era of suffrage and segregation. Cambridge, MA.: Harvard University Press.
Finley, Laura L. (2016). Domestic abuse and sexual assault in popular culture. Santa Barbara, CA.: Praeger.
Cook, P., & Hodo, T. (2013). When women sexually abuse men: The hidden side of rape, stalking, harassment, and sexual assault. Santa Barbara, CA.: Praeger.
Schmermund, E. (2017). Campus sexual violence. New York: Greenhaven Publishing, LLC.
Maiuro, R. (2015). Perspectives on college sexual assault: Perpetrator, victim, and bystander. New York: Springer Publishing Company.