Monthly Archives: June 2013

Sexual Violence and Survey Research

Recent estimates of sexual violence against women, widely reported in newspapers and magazines, include: 35% of women worldwide have experienced either physical and/or sexual intimate partner violence or non-partner sexual violence; 30% of all women who have been in a relationship have … Continue reading

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Survey Research, Sex, and Inconsistent Answers

Some survey research produces answers indicating that couples who share domestic responsibilities have more sex.  But other asking investigations conclude exactly the opposite. Survey research often generates inconsistent answers; not only about sex, but also about the nation’s economy, job rate growth, illicit drug … Continue reading

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Survey Research and Sex

Most information about sex is generated by survey research; i.e., by asking questions of respondents.  The U.S Department of Justice–one of innumerable government entities that asks–queries youth in juvenile facilities, including those in the Illinois Youth Center-Joliet.  Their recent report, Sexual Victimization in Juvenile Facilities Reported … Continue reading

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