Links between Bullying & Sexual Violence: Possibilities for Prevention
Join Dr. Dorothy Espelage and Dr. Kathleen Basile as they discuss their recent Journal of Adolescent Health article, “Bullying Perpetration and Subsequent Sexual Violence Perpetration Among Middle School Students.” Heather Carter of the Youth Suicide Prevention Program in Seattle, Wash., will join the conversation as she will describe efforts to prevent LGBT-based bullying and harassment. In this interactive web conference, we will explore the potential implications for sexual violence and other prevention efforts.
Monday, February 27, and repeated on Friday, March 2, 2012
Host/Presenter: David Lee, CALCASA, PreventConnect
- Dorothy Espelage, Ph.D., University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign;
- Kathleen Basile, Ph.D., Division of Violence Prevention, CDC
- Heather Carter, MA, OUTLoud Project Manager, Youth Suicide Prevention Program, Seattle, WA
- Slides [PDF]
- Dorothy L. Espelage, Ph.D., Kathleen C. Basile, Ph.D., Merle E. Hamburger, Ph.D., Bullying Perpetration and Subsequent Sexual Violence Perpetration Among Middle School Students, Journal of Adolescent Health, Volume 50, Issue 1 , Pages 60-65, January 2012 [Abstract] [Full Text]
- CDC Page on Connection between Bullying and Sexual Violence Perpetration
- CDC page for Applying Science, Advancing Practice (ASAP)
- Sexual Violence Prevention ASAP The Bully-Sexual Violence Pathway in Early Adolescence
- Materials from Youth Suicide Prevention Program
- February 27– click here for the recording
- Transcript of the Text Chat [PDF]
- Participants will describe the findings of a the study “Bullying Perpetration and Subsequent Sexual Violence Perpetration Among Middle School Students.”
- Participants will explore a potential bullying sexual violence pathway.
- Participants will identify potential implications for prevention efforts.