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Type: Journal Article
Title: Gender, sexual orientation, and rape myth acceptance : preliminary findings from a sample of primarily LGBQ-identified survey respondents
Authors: Koon-Magnin, S
Schulze, C
Keywords: LGBTIQ;Social attitudes;Rape myth;Surveys
ANRA Population: LGBTQ communities
Year: 2016
Citation: Vol. 32, no. 1 ; pp. 159-180
Notes:  This study examines the relationship between sexual orientation and rape myth adherence using a nationwide survey of primarily lesbian, gay, bisexual, and queer respondents.
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