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Family Relations, Volume 66, Issue 1, February 2017

INTRODUCTION

CULTURAL AND GENDERED IDEOLOGIES

Many Mornings After: Campus Sexual Assault and Feminist Politics (pages 17–28)Janice Haaken

Disenfranchisement and Ambiguity in the Face of Loss: The Suffocated Grief of Sexual Assault Survivors (pages 29–45)Tashel Bordere

Confronting Myths About Sexual Assault: A Feminist Analysis of the False Report Literature (pages 46–60)Dana A. Weiser

Feminist Agency, Sexual Scripts, and Sexual Violence: Developing a Model for Postgendered Family Communication (pages 61–74)Kelly R. Rossetto and Andrew C. Tollison

UNIVERSITY STRUCTURES

From Furious to Fearless: Faculty Action and Feminist Praxis in Response to Rape Culture on College Campuses (pages 75–88)Elizabeth A. Sharp, Dana A. Weiser, Don E. Lavigne and R. Corby Kelly

The Greek System: How Gender Inequality and Class Privilege Perpetuate Rape Culture (pages 89–103)Kristen N. Jozkowski and Jacquelyn D. Wiersma-Mosley

A Feminist Analysis of Campus Sexual Assault Policies: Results from a National Sample (pages 104–115)Tara N. Richards, Kathryn A. Branch, Ruth E. Fleury-Steiner and Katherine Kafonek

FEMINIST PEDAGOGY

From Infantilizing to World Making: Safe Spaces and Trigger Warnings on Campus(pages 116–125)Katie Byron

Sisterhood and Sexual Assault: Engaging Sorority Members in Dialogue, Critical Analysis, and Feminist Praxis (pages 126–138)M. Elise Radina

Lights, Camera, Activism: Using a Film Series to Generate Feminist Dialogue About Campus Sexual Violence (pages 139–153)John B. K. Purcell, C. Rebecca Oldham, Dana A. Weiser and Elizabeth A. Sharp

The Abuse Litmus Test: A Classroom Tool to Assess Power and Control in On-Screen Relationships (pages 154–165)Amy E. Bonomi, Asia A. Eaton, Julianna M. Nemeth and Tameka L. Gillum

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: ATTITUDES, BEHAVIORS, PROGRAMMING, & ACTIVISM

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