Title IX Mandated Reporting: The Views of University Employees and Students
AbstractPer Title IX of the Higher Education Amendments of 1972, many university employees are mandated reporters of sexual assault. University employees (N = 174) and students (N = 783) completed an online survey assessing knowledge and opinions of this reporting requirement. University employees and students generally reported being quite knowledgeable of reporting requirements. Most university employees indicated they would report an incident disclosed by a student, but students were fairly ambivalent about whether they would disclose to faculty members. Nearly one in five students (17.2%) indicated that Title IX reporting requirements decreased their disclosure likelihood. These findings suggest that mandated reporting policies, as well as how they are presented to students and faculty, should be examined in order to increase compliance and facilitate disclosure. View Full-Text
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Newins, A.R.; Bernstein, E.; Peterson, R.; Waldron, J.C.; White, S.W. Title IX Mandated Reporting: The Views of University Employees and Students. Behav. Sci. 2018, 8, 106.
Newins AR, Bernstein E, Peterson R, Waldron JC, White SW. Title IX Mandated Reporting: The Views of University Employees and Students. Behavioral Sciences. 2018; 8(11):106.Chicago/Turabian Style
Newins, Amie R.; Bernstein, Emily; Peterson, Roselyn; Waldron, Jonathan C.; White, Susan W. 2018. "Title IX Mandated Reporting: The Views of University Employees and Students." Behav. Sci. 8, no. 11: 106.
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