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    Multiple and Single Perpetrator Rape: Do the men involved differ?

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    START DATE 2 May 2012
    START TIME 12:00am
    END DATE 2 May 2012
    END TIME 12:00am

    This lecture will explore the question of how South African men who disclose having engaged in multiple perpetrator rape (with or without having raped alone) differ from those have raped alone and from men who have not raped.

    A lecture by Professor Rachel Jewkes, Director of the South African Medical Research Council Gender & Health Unit. Group rape in South Africa is commonly known as streamlining and is often seen as a game, performed as part of male peer group bonding or an act of punishment of a girlfriend. Thus it is presented by men as alternately deserved, or harmless fun. This lecture will explore the question of how South African men who disclose having engaged in multiple perpetrator rape (with or without having raped alone) differ from those have raped alone and from men who have not raped.

    Time: 6.30pm

    Location: Hendon campus

    Further information: This event is free for all to attend but you must email fps@mdx.ac.uk to register your attendance, you will then be emailed the exact location. Please register as soon as possible as there is limited space.

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