Sexual Violence Survivor Solidarity: From Social Support to Policy Attitudes

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In the United States, 33% of women and 25% of men experience sexual violence (CDC, 2019). The recent rise in survivor empowerment movements like #MeToo underlines sexual violence as a systemic issue and has begun to shift out-group attitudes in support of survivors (Jackson, 2018). The present research examines whether exposure to positive group identity narratives from sexual violence survivors (...

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