A Critical Review: 'Silent Survivors: Rape Myth Acceptance in Incarcerated Women's Narratives of Disclosure and Reporting of Rape'

3 Pages Posted: 30 Jun 2017  

Jesse Omoregie

University of Bolton

Date Written: June 29, 2017

Abstract

This paper reviews Heath, Lynch, Fritch, McArthur, & Smith, (2011) paper; 'Silent survivors: Rape myth acceptance in incarcerated women's narratives of disclosure and reporting of rape'. In this review, Heath et al.'s paper was briefly summarized, while exploring the key features of the study. Afterward, several critical aspects were highlighted and carefully examined in detail from a critical perspective.

Keywords: rape myth, rape myth acceptance, rape disclosure, a critical review, men rape, women rape

Suggested Citation

Omoregie, Jesse, A Critical Review: 'Silent Survivors: Rape Myth Acceptance in Incarcerated Women's Narratives of Disclosure and Reporting of Rape' (June 29, 2017). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2994674

Jesse Omoregie (Contact Author)

University of Bolton ( email )

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Bolton, BL3 5AB
United Kingdom

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