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  1. Jan 2019
    1. processing the data in a two-dimensional array

      each element has two subscripts (one for the row and the other for the column)

      They are ordered as:

      name[0][0] name[0][1] name[0][2] and so on.

    2. Two-dimensional array

      Holds multiple sets of data

  2. Oct 2018
    1. Men are more likely tomake negative judgements towards male rape victims when the victim is portrayed as gayrather than heterosexual (Davies et al., 2001; Ford et al., 1998; Mitchell et al., 1999).Davies et al. (2001) suggested that heterosexual men would consider the assault on a het-erosexual victim one that they themselves would abhor if they became a victim of thiscrime.

      Homosexual men are more likely to be judged for being raped than hetero sexual men, since they could empathize with being straight.

    2. Male rape, by its nature, portrayshomosexual (albeit non-consensual) sex between men. Blaming the victim could be oneway that homophobic men express their disgust towards this situation

      Men being raped by other men is portrayed as homosexual, thus giving them a reason why they should hate the situation and show disgust

    3. Men are brought up to endorse traditional gender roles to a greater extent thanwomen are, and part of being a ‘real man’ is to be homophobic

      Homophobia may be a reason why male rape victims aren't taken seriously. Men are expected to be a real man if they are homophobic.

    4. Secondly, men tend to be more negative towards male victims than women are. Men aremore likely to blame the victim (Davies et al., 2001; Howard, 1984a, 1984b; Whatley &Riggio, 1993); consider the assault less severe (Davies et al., 2001); have less sympathywith the victim (Burczyk & Standing, 1989); and endorse more myths pertaining to malerape (Struckman-Johnson & Struckman-Johnson, 1992) than women are.

      Men are more negative towards male victims of rape and are more likely to endorse male rape victims than females.

    5. Firstly, male victims tend to be blamed more than female victims in both stran-ger and acquaintance rape situations (Perrott & Webber, 1996). Male victims are judgedmore harshly than females when they are perceived as being able to escape from the sceneor fight off the attacker

      Blame is shifted towards male victims since people expect them to be able to escape

    6. As research into the experiences of male rape victims shows that negative judgementsand homophobic reactions are sometimes evident in those to whom the victim discloses, itis important to investigate reactions towards male rape experimentally.

      reactions towards male rape victims aren't taken seriously.


    1. Men in the United States are encouraged to sexually exploit women, even if that means raping women, in order to fit into the ideal of masculinity (Staros, 2

      In order for men to be considered "masculine", taking advantage of women is a way to fit the ideals of masculinity.

    2. ). In many cases, boys and men learn rape-supportive rules, or circumstances in which it is acceptable to force a girl or woman to have sex (e.g., after paying for a meal and receiving no sexual favors, a man may rape a wom

      Rape Myth Acceptance trivializes rape and encourages men to do so by giving exceptions

    3. Rape myths reinforce false beliefs about the definition of rape, who the victims of rape are, and how to prevent rape from occurring

      After effects of rape myth acceptance

    4. Rape myths and the acceptance of those rape myths are a huge reason why many people do not believe that anyone, despite their history, can be a potential rape vic

      The reason why rape cannot be taken seriously.

    5. Additionally, victims who believe these victim-blaming myths suffer worse outcomes than victims who reject these myths (Katz & Burt, 1988). One result could be the inability to report the rape out of fear of revictimization; approximately 16% of total rapes in the United States ever get reported to proper authorities (Smith, 2014; Suarez & Gadalla, 2010). Because fear of revictimization causes many people not to report rapes, many of the statistics and rates on rape are reported inaccurately (usually as an underestimate; Burt, 1980)

      Further explanation of the effects of rape myths on psychological health and the disproportion of rapes actually reported due to fear.



  3. Sep 2018
    1. for (int val : numbers) System.out.println(val)

      Example of enhanced loop

    2. dataType elementVariabl

      the variable declaration

    3. enhanced for loop.

      simplifies array processing

    4. , be careful not to use the operator on the subscript when you intend to use it on the array element

      Using it within the brackets would increment/decrement the index, not the value stored in the index.

    5. bounds checking

      Doesn't allow the statement to use a subscript that is out of range

    6. numbers = new int[6]

      The code provided creates an array and assigns the amount of variables it would hold (as provided by "6")

    7. An array, however, is an object that can store a group of values, all of the same type.

      Can hold several values of the same data type (i.e. holds multiple integer or double values).