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Sexual Assault in Islamic Religious Spaces and Strategies for DV/IPV Prevention & Intervention in Muslim-American Communities

Momin, Sofie

Muslim-Americans are an understudied population in sexual assault and DV/IPV research. While there are increasing studies about the religious and cultural factors influencing vulnerability to assault, more quantitative research needs to be conducted to understand the population-level prevalence of DV/IPV incidents. The literature indicates effective strategies to prevent and intervene instances of DV/IPV from training religious leaders, support service providers, and educating the Muslim-American community about sexual violence.

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Academic Units
Sociomedical Sciences
Thesis Advisors
Hirsch, Jennifer S.
Degree
M.P.H., Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University
Published Here
April 28, 2023