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1 Alan Heisterkamp, Ed.D. November 8, 2013

2 Session Overview Campus Culture History of MVP Bystander Intervention Agree-Unsure-Disagree MVP Scenario Grinnell College Story Q & A

3 What will it take to eliminate sexual violence against woman and children in our country?

4 2011 College Dating Violence and Abuse Poll – Liz Claiborne, Inc. 43% of dating college women report experiencing violence and abuse 1 in 3 college women report having been in an abusive dating relationship 52% of college women report knowing a friend who has experienced violence and abusive dating behaviors

5 Why your role is so important: 58% of college students say they dont know what to do to help someone who is a victim of dating violence/assault 38% of college students say they dont know how to get help for themselves if they were a victim of dating abuse 57% of all college students say it is difficult to identify dating abuse

6 Mentors in Violence Prevention Leadership Model Process Focus is on role of the bystander Used in multiple populations Middle school High school College Military Professional Athletics

7 GOALS Raise Awareness Challenge Thinking Open Dialogue Inspire Leadership

8 MVP Educational Units Partner Abuse (Dating, DV) Gender Stereotypes Sexual Harassment Alcohol & Consent

9 Kitty Genovese

10 LEADERSHIP

11 Raise Your Hand

12 Empathy Exercise

13 Barriers to Intervening Social Influence Fear of Embarrassment Diffusion of Responsibility Fear of Retaliation Pluralistic Ignorance

14 Stages of Bystander Behavior: – Notice the event – Interpret it as a problem – Feel responsible for dealing with it – Possess the necessary skills to act 2010,Berkowitz, Response Ability

15 Agree ---- Unsure ---- Disagree There is a serious problem of some men being abusive towards women in this country.

16 Agree ---- Unsure ---- Disagree There is a serious problem of some men being abusive towards women within your campus community.

17 Alcohol & Consent

18 Its OK for two intoxicated adults to engage in sexual activity. Agree----Unsure----Disagree

19 Scenario Youre at a party where people are drinking. You notice a guy trying to convince an obviously drunk woman to go into a bedroom with him. Shes not just buzzed – shes stumbling over her own feet. You know the woman and she seems reluctant.

20 Train of Thought… Theyre both adults… But she cant be fully consenting if shes drunk, can she?... Ive heard about too many cases of sexual assault that start out like this… Could this be one in the making?...Will this guy even listen to me?....Is it part of my responsibility to provide him with some guidance?...What, if anything, am I supposed to do in a situation like this?

21 Active Bystanders Intervene… Directly Indirectly Using Distractions By engaging Friends and/or Allies After the Fact or Next Day

22 Grinnell College

23 Who Are You? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v= hE9FFvIYPg8

24 Thank you!


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