Research Paper On Sexual Assault On College Campuses
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College Campuses and Homosexuality
A 5 page paper discussing the incidence of homosexuality and sexually transmitted infections on college campuses. There is little research directly asking these questions. Ultimately, it appears that homosexuality is not increasing on college campuses, though that conclusion is supposition based on inference. It is clear, however, that incidence of STIs including HIV is increasing on college campuses. Students have tuned out the safe sex messages, and public health officials need to concentrate on regaining students’ attention. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Sports Gambling Legalization
A 5 page paper which examines why gambling in sports. especially college sports, should not be legalized. A brief illustration of how gambling is problem enough on college campuses, without making generalized gambling legal. College sports in combination with legalized betting would spell sure disaster in many different areas, thoroughly reducing the field of sports to little more than a battleground for making money. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Alcohol Advertisements and College Student Binge Drinking
14 pages in length. Examining binge drinking in college students and how alcohol advertisements in the ten most popular men's and women's magazines might influence that behavior in the average college student between the ages of 17 and 23, one must consider the psychological aspects of the advertising industry. The writer further discusses the aspects of binge drinking on today's college campuses. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
Cases in Australasian Criminal Law
This 9 page paper is written in two parts, The first part considers the case of mistaken identity in a homosexual sexual encounter and assesses if there is any potential liability for rape or sexual assault. The second part of the paper discusses the findings in the case of Crabbe (1985) 156 CLR 464. The paper is written with reference to Australasian law. The bibliography cites 5 sources.