Prevention Strategies and College Football

A group of economists recently published an analysis that suggests the rise in sexual assault during big college football games is likely due to the increased partying and alcohol consumption that accompany them.

To be clear, alcohol does not cause sexual harassment, misconduct and abuse, it can, however, be used to excuse aggressive behavior and place blame on the victim. These results call on the need for prevention strategies that address behaviors that occur during big college football games.


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