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Submissions from 2018

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"They Were There for People Who Needed Them": Student Attitudes Toward the Use of Trigger Warnings in Victimology Classrooms, Alison C. Cares, Cortney A. Franklin, Bonnie S. Fisher, and Lisa Growette Bostaph

Submissions from 2015

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Changing Attitudes About Being a Bystander to Violence: Translating an In-Person Sexual Violence Prevention Program to a New Campus, Alison C. Cares, Victoria L. Banyard, Mary M. Moynihan, Linda M. Williams, Sharyn J. Potter, and Jane G. Stapleton

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Reducing the Harm of Criminal Victimization: The Role of Restitution, Alison C. Cares, Stacy Hoskins Haynes, and R. Barry Ruback

Submissions from 2014

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How Do We Know If It Works? Measuring Outcomes in Bystander-Focused Abuse Prevention on Campuses, Alison C. Cares, Victoria L. Banyard, Mary M. Moynihan, and Rebecca Warner

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Teaching About Victimization in an Online Environment: Translating in Person Empathy and Support to The Internet, Alison C. Cares, David Hirschel, and Linda M. Williams

Submissions from 2013

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Providing Care and Support for Victims of Crime: Exercises and Assignments, Alison C. Cares

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Responding to Victims of Crime: Basics for Interns, Alison C. Cares

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Teaching About Criminal Victimization: Guidelines for Faculty, Alison C. Cares

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What is the Role of College Faculty in Stopping Sexual Violence?, Alison C. Cares

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Teaching About Victimization, Alison C. Cares, Linda M. Williams, and David Hirschel