Rape Perceptions-South Korea is a 3-item, vignette-based measure of respondents' views of rape in three situations: acquaintance, date and marital rape.
Geographies Tested: Korea, South
Populations Included: Male
Age Range: Adults
1. To what degree do you feel the woman would be psychologically damaged as a result of this incident?
2. To what degree was the man's action a violation of the woman's rights regarding sexual self-determination?
5-point Likert scale
A lot - 1
Not at all - 5
Each of the three questions is asked each vignette/situation. The average of each is calculated with higher scores reflecting endorsement of greater rape-supportive attributions.
Lee, J., Lee, C., & Lee, W. (2011). Attitudes toward women, rape myths, and rape perceptions among male police officers in South Korea. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 36(3), 365-376. https://doi.org/10.1177/0361684311427538
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