||Introduction / Sara Carrigan Wooten and Roland W. Mitchell -- Part I. Constructions of sexual violence in higher education: A policy discourse analysis of sexual assault policies in higher education / Susan V. Iverson -- Heterosexist discourses : how feminist theory shaped campus sexual violence policy / Sara Carrigan Wooten -- Part II. Power and reputation in institutional decision making: Combating sexual violence in the Ivy League : reflections on politics, pain, and progress / Susan Marine -- Athletes, sexual assault, and universities' failure to address rape-prone subcultures on campus / Todd W. Crosset -- Part III. Federal policy and institutional compliance: Looking beyond the numbers : understanding the Jeanne Clery Act and sexual violence / Alison Kiss and Kiersten N. Feeney White -- Complying with Title IX by unifying all civil rights-based policies and procedures / Brett A. Sokolow, Saundra K. Schuster, W. Scott Lewis, and Daniel C. Swinton -- Title IX's civil rights approach and the criminal justice system : enabling separate but coordinated parallel proceedings / Nancy Chi Cantalupo -- Part IV. The possibilities of programmatic solutions: Comprehensive college- or university-based sexual violence prevention and direct services program : a framework / Traci Thomas-Card and Katie Eichele -- Mandatory bystander intervention training : is the SaVE Act requirement the "right" program to reduce violence among college students? / Caitlin B. Henriksen, Kelsey L. Mattick, and Bonnie S. Fisher -- Afterword: Questioning the scripts of sexual misconduct / Rebecca Ropers-Huilman, Kaaren M. Williamsen, and Garret Drew Hoffman.
||Although awareness of campus sexual assault is at a historic high, institutional responses to incidents of sexual violence remain widely varied. The Crisis of Campus Sexual Violence provides higher education scholars, administrators, and practitioners with a necessary and more holistic understanding of the challenges that colleges and universities face in implementing adequate and effective sexual assault prevention and response practices. In this volume, a diverse mix of expert contributors provide a critical, nuanced, and timely examination of some of the factors that inhibit effective prevention and response in higher education. Chapter authors take on one of the most troubling aspects of higher education today, bridging theory and practice to offer programmatic interventions and solutions to help institutions address their own competing interests and institutional culture to improve their practices and policies with regard to sexual violence. -- Back cover.