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❖ This qualitative study examined the impact of an all-male rape prevention program on fraternity men. Seven months after participating in "The Men's Program," fraternity men were asked whether during the previous year the program impacted their attitude or behavior and if so what about the program led to that change. Results point to the importance of establishing empathy with rape survivors to increase men's awareness and sensitivity to rape. Research conducted during the 1980s showed thatdoi:10.2202/1949-6605.1120 fatcat:pyipptdtfndejjgvuve5arwjfi