Fraternities and collegiate rape culture why are some fraternities more dangerous places for women?

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Abstract

Social interactions at fraternities that undergraduate women identified as places where there is a high risk of rape are compared to those at fraternities identified as low risk as well as two local bars. Factors that contribute to rape are common on this campus; however, both men and women behaved differently in different settings. Implications of these findings are considered.

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Boswell, A. A., & Spade, J. Z. (1996). Fraternities and collegiate rape culture why are some fraternities more dangerous places for women? Gender and Society, 10(2), 133–147. https://doi.org/10.1177/089124396010002003

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