The Sexual Experiences Survey measures the incidence and prevalence of sexual aggression and sexual victimization among young females involved in intimate relationships. Its use as a research tool is to potentially expand the scope of the definition of rape to better reflect the practical reality of sexual victimization among 'normal' populations.
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