1) Sexual Assault on Campus: A Multilevel, Integrative Approach to Party Rape
2) The Hunting Ground
3) Campus Sexual Assault: College Women Respond
All of these sources above are helping me find a more narrow topic instead of writing my paper on the broad topic of sexual assault. After reading these articles and also watching The Hunting Ground documentary, I have become more interested in the hardships of a victim. More specifically, victims on college campuses and how they are poorly treated by administration. Universities do not properly handle these cases because they are overly concerned about protecting their reputations. In my paper, I wanted to touch on victim shaming and specific sexual assault cases with fraternities and college athletics. The administration is insensitive to victims and unethical when dealing with sexual assault accusations. Ultimately, they end up unfairly prosecuting the perpetrators and making victims feel helpless and alone. Also, these academic sources helped me become more interested in victims that were mentioned in the articles or that gave me ideas of cases to write about. They prompted me to further my research on Denim Day, Brock Turner, and Lizzy Seeberg's story which I think could also be useful examples in my paper.