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Sexual Misconduct and Alcohol Prevention Package for Military Bases.
Three popular programs dealing with sexual misconduct and alcohol prevention.
Item No.: SE19
Price: $319.99
100 minutes.
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Sexual Misconduct and Alcohol Prevention Package for Military Bases

Included in this 3 program package:

ThinkLuv for Military Bases

ThinkLuv is a highly engaging MTV style, educational sit-com. There are social media references, diverse relationship situations and a twist at the end! This film takes educational videos to an entirely new level. The plot line is intersected by "film shorts" with research driven embedded messaging to each both men and women equally and challenge stereotypes. Reach your audience with believable situations and real-life characters.

Hook-up culture, objectification, relationship power issues, rape drugs and more are woven together in this 30 minute movie. When the party gets going and alcohol enters the scene, what will happen? Viewer become glued to the screen as a couple is seen going behind closed doors. In 30 minutes, your viewers will laugh out loud at one moment and then turn completely serious as they are pulled into the plotline in the next scene. Help your viewers learn bystander intervention skills and ways to intervene in awkward situations.

ThinkDrink for Military Bases

Marnie's got an attitude and Amrit's got an agenda. Reach your viewers with this highly engaging MTV style, educational sit-com full of social media references with a meaningful twist at the end. This film takes educational videos to an entirely new level. The plot line is intersected by "film shorts" with research driven embedded messaging to include each facet of the core issues to reduce risk and improve decision-making.

If you need a new way to start the conversation around alcohol, there are plenty of entry memorable entry-points from which to choose in ThinkDrink. Reach your viewers with believable situations and real-life characters so that they see themselves in the situation negotiating real life choices.

Cyber-Related Sexual Misconduct Education:

Case Studies: Challenge yourself by participating in real-life scenarios and discussion with colleagues to examine the following issues:

A student posts photos of her naked ex online using your schools Internet connection. She says she did not post the photos. Can your IT department use her IP address to prove the case?

Consensual sex that occurred on your property is broadcast via webcam to other students without the consent of all parties involved. A third party reports the incident to a counselor and tells him not to tell anyone else. What should the counselor do?

A female student says she was drunk "sexting" when she promised a guy sex in an hour. After the sex occurs, she says she was too drunk to have known what she was doing. She tells her teacher she was raped and that is why her paper did not get done. Is this a valid complaint?

Two female tennis players decide to expose their breasts to their male coach to flirt with him. Someone else films this act and the video debuts on YouTube. The coach had not reported the incident. Should you discipline the coach and/or the students?

Students at your school start an "All Men are Rapists" Facebook Group and two of your faculty members join, claiming their right to free speech. Is this sexual harassment or free speech? If the students used your Internet connect to create the Group, do you have more jurisdiction?

Save when you buy this package!  (Regular price for these 3 titles is $559.99.)

 



 

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