By Chad Sniffen on October 14, 2009 · tagged as , , ,

Jacquelyn Campbell on Forced Sex by Intimate Partners

Jacquelyn C. Campbell

Jacquelyn C. Campbell

(55 min) The following presentation by Doctor Jacquelyn C. Campbell was recorded on April 14, 2009 at Men Can Stop Rape’s Men and Women as Allies National Conference on the Primary Prevention of Men’s Violence Against Women. Doctor Campbell is the Anna D. Wolf Chair and a Professor in the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, with a joint appointment in the Bloomberg School of Public Health. In this presentation, Doctor Campbell summarizes research related to forced sex by an intimate partner with a range of perpetrators, from casual dating partners to married spouses. Due to technical difficulties, this recording begins about two minutes into the presentation.

Men Can Stop Rape, Inc. (MCSR) is an international organization that mobilizes men to use their strength for creating cultures free from violence, especially men’s violence against women. MCSR provides agencies, schools, and organizations with direct services for youth, public service messaging, and leadership training.

MCSR’s Men and Women as Allies National Conference on the Primary Prevention of Men’s Violence Against Women was held on April 14th and 15th, 2009 in Washington, DC. To learn more about the events at this conference, visit the conference website at http://mencanstoprape.org/conference/.

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Chad Keoni Sniffen has been the Information Technology, Training & Technical Assistance Specialist for the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault since September of 2006. He provides training and technical assistance on prevention-related topics to California's rape crisis centers and rape prevention programs. He also works on CALCASA's PreventConnect, the MyStrength Campaign, and other CALCASA projects. He is also responsible for maintaining and expanding CALCASA's technological infrastructure and capacity.

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