Rethinking rape (Captioned)

United States, 1986

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This is an in depth look at rape, particularly rape perpetrated by people known to the victim. In order to understand the high frequency of rape and its social causes, we must examine our cultural attitudes towards women, male/female relationships and rape itself. Six people of varying backgrounds, including a Rape Crisis Centre director, and a social psychologist, share their perspective’s on this topic.

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Credits

producer/director

Jeanne Le Paige

Duration

00:26:00:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1986

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ACMI Identifier

300690

Language

English

Sound/audio

Captioned

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