Links and Resources

Support and information for survivors

Rape Crisis Scotland National Helpline
Freephone 08088 01 03 02 (voice and minicom) daily (6pm-12 midnight)

Rape Crisis Scotland

Scottish Government, 2008

Drink

The effect of victim’s substance use and relationship closeness on mock jurors’ judgements in an acquaintance rape case. Wenger, Ashley A. and Bornstein, Brian H. Sex Roles [2006] 54: 547-555

ESRC Society Today

Innovations Report

Business Times Online

The Guardian

The Calgary Herald

Scotland on Sunday

Intimacy and Relationships

Easteal, Patricia & McOrmond-Plummer, Louise Hybrid Publishers, 2006

The effect of participant sex, victim dress, and traditional attitudes on causal judgements for marital rape victims. Whatley, Mark A. Journal of Family Violence, Vol. 20, No. 3, 2005

The lore of sexual difference in social and legal discourse on ‘date rape’. Bryan, Ian and Wallbank, Julie. Law and Critique 15: 183-206, 2004

Women’s Health Australia

US Department of Justice, 2000

Australian Institute of Criminology

Washington City Paper

New Statesman

Library Index

The Age, Australia

The Telegraph

Do you know?

  1. In a survey carried out in February 2010 for the Scottish Government, what percentage of people in Scotland said a woman is partly, mostly or totally to blame for being raped if she was wearing revealing clothing?