Monthly Archives: June 2014

Forcible Rapes at University of Michigan, 2004-2012

My new friend, Mark J. Perry over at The American Enterprise Institute, has a new post titled “Sexual assaults at UM don’t support claim of an ‘epidemic’.” I looked up University of Michigan’s Clery Reports (2004-2006 data available here). The data … Continue reading

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How Can 20% of Women Be Sexually Assaulted in College if the Reporting Rate Is 12%?

tl;dr: The White House’s report uses the phrase sexual assault when they should have used rape. Twelve-percent of rapes are reported to law enforcement. Twenty-percent of women are sexually assaulted (which includes things besides rape) while in college. The two are … Continue reading

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