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Factors Associated With Types of Sexual Assault Victimization and Bystander Behavior Among South Korean University Students

Title
Factors Associated With Types of Sexual Assault Victimization and Bystander Behavior Among South Korean University Students
Authors
Chun, Jong SerlChang, HeesukKim, Dong HaUm, Myung-YongCho, HyunkagLee, Eui Bhin
Ewha Authors
전종설
SCOPUS Author ID
전종설scopus
Issue Date
2019
Journal Title
VIOLENCE AND VICTIMS
ISSN
0886-6708JCR Link

1945-7073JCR Link
Citation
VIOLENCE AND VICTIMS vol. 34, no. 6, pp. 952 - 971
Keywords
verbal sexual harassmentvisual sexual harassmentphysically forced sexual assaultincapacitated sexual assaultbystanderSouth Korean universities
Publisher
SPRINGER PUBLISHING CO
Indexed
SSCI; SCOPUS WOS
Document Type
Article
Abstract
The aim of the current study was to gain understanding about incidences of sexual misconduct and bystander behaviors in South Korean universities. Specifically, risk factors were examined associated with three different types of sexual assault victimization (verbal or visual sexual harassment, physically forced sexual assault, and incapacitated sexual assault) and investigated the factors related to bystander behaviors. Data were collected via an online survey tool called SurveyMonkey in 2016. The total sample of participants comprised 1,944 enrolled undergraduate and graduate students from six universities in Seoul, South Korea. One logistic regression was conducted with a sample who reported sexual assault victimization (n = 1,079) to examine the risk factors associated with the three types of sexual misconduct. The other logistic regression was conducted with the subsample of bystanders (n = 540) to examine the relationships between bystander behavior and risk factors. In the main results, each type of sexual misconduct was associated differentially with age, alcohol blackouts, depression, child abuse and neglect, being an international student, and childhood sexual victimization. Also, persons who were older, self-identified LGBT, and victimized by verbal or visual sexual harassment at university were more likely to intervene when sexual misconduct occurred. These findings have implications for policies and interventions to reduce and prevent sexual misconduct in Korean universities.
DOI
10.1891/0886-6708.VV-D-18-00068
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