Spring Conference_2008
Gender Scholarship at RU
Providing Tools For Understanding & Change
Featuring Keynote Address and Speaker:
Dr. Kahn"Was it Rape or Just   
a Bad Night?
Responses from 
Presented by                               Victims and 
Dr. Arnold S. Kahn                  Observers"
   Department of Psychology                                          
James Madison University                                
Email:  kahnas@jmu.edu                                   
Presentation Time & Location                          Presentation Information by Courtney Fletcher
The 2008 Conference Keynote Address         
    in Cook Hall, Room 107, 4:00 - 5:30
    on Monday, April 14, 2008
Open to the public, admission is free         

Presentation Themes
For over 15 years, Dr. Kahn's research has studied the situations, circumstances, individual backgrounds and ways of thinking (the "scripts") significantly related to understanding:
Why it is that more than half of all women who are sexually assaulted don't report this to the police.
For an overview to this work, and a preview of his April presentation please visit the online Madison Scholar Report by Charles Culbertson at James Madison University.

Background Information
Doctorate: Dr. Kahn completed his doctoral in program in psychology at Southern Illinois University

Teaching: Psychology of gender; social psychology.

Research: Sexual assault; social psychology of gender; impact of gender on social behavior

For additional background and current contact information, visit the links below.

For more information about this presentation, please contact:
     Ms. Courtney Fletcher: tel 540-831-6644 - email: cfletcher3@radford.edu   
          or  Dr. Hilary Lips: tel 540-831-5387- email: hlips@radford.edu       
  Arnold S. Kahn Links ~ JMU - Madson Scholar        PsychologyJMU
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