How to Lie with Rape Statistics: America’s Hidden Rape Crisis

Corey Yung

Corey Rayburn Yung is a Professor at the University of Kansas School of Law. His scholarship primarily focuses on sexual violence, substantive criminal law, and judicial decision-making. Yung’s academic writings have been cited by state and federal courts, including the Supreme Court of the United States. Before Yung began his professorial career, he served as an associate for Shearman & Sterling in New York and clerked for the Honorable Michael J. Melloy of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.

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  1. Douglas says:

    Your article looks like a valuable scholarly contribution to an important topic. I suspect that a good deal of the public’s lack of concern over the incidence of rape these days is due not only to police departments gaming the numbers on rape occurrences, but also to the prevalence of campus feminist groups exaggerating the incidence of rapes on college campuses. No one with any sense believes that 20% of all female college students are the victim of a rape or attempted rape during their four years at at school, but by making false claims like that, by “crying wolf” if you will, they have desensitized the public to claims like yours.