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Sexual Assault In Rural Communities Susan H. Lewis With contributions from Ellen Reed When sexually assaulted in a rural community, victims often find that opportunities for medical, legal or emotional services are very limited, or even nonexistent. Their economic situation and geographic isolation may further limit their options. Strong community ties in rural areas mean that a victim is more likely to be acquainted with the perpetrator than in urban settings. Finally, rural culture tends to be close-knit, self-contained, often conservative and unlikely to turn to “outsiders” for assistance. Together these characteristics result in low rates of reporting, limited opportunities...More Info >>
By Rebecca St. George Mending the Sacred Hoop STOP Violence Against Indian Women Technical Assistance Project, Duluth, MN Published: February 2001 Copyright © 2001 Mending the Sacred Hoop STOP Violence Against Indian Women Technical Assistance ProjectMore Info >>

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