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Are some students more at risk of assault on campuses?

  • Written by Leah Daigle, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology, Georgia State University
imageWho is more at risk of assault on campus?Penn State, CC BY-NC-ND

When students come to pursue their educational interests, they believe they are entering a safe environment. But while colleges are thought of as “ivory towers,” they can also be places where students could become victims of a crime.

In my research on victims of crime, I...

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