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Tracey Steele is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Wright State University. Her teaching and research interests are in the areas of gender, sexuality, and crime. Steele is the author of the edited collection Sex, Self, and Society: The Social Context of Sex and is currently working on two research projects: the first examines strategies that correctional workers use to deal with inmate sexual behavior, and the second looks at differences between men and women in their attitudes towards sexual assault.
Steele, Tracey, "Stubborn Boors and Lying Whores: The Effects of Gender, Race, and Victimization on Student Perceptions of False Rape Claim Prevalence" (2015). CoLA Research Conference. 3.
Stubborn Boors and Lying Whores: The Effects of Gender, Race, and Victimization on Student Perceptions of False Rape Claim Prevalence