wk7 - Jenna Yu 10/05/09 SOCI 101 002 Week 7 Reading Notes...

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Jenna Yu 10/05/09 SOCI 101 002 Week 7 Reading Notes Boswell and Spade. “Fraternities and Rape on Campus”. Mapping The Social Landscape. P 242- 255. High rate of date rape and acquaintance rape And fraternities are places that rape occurrences are high and that males usually initiate sex Observations are made at college “low-risk”, “high-risk” fraternity parties, and bars: o “low-risk”: respect, no curing/yelling, a few couples kissing, well-kept bathrooms o “high-risk”: gender skewed, men treated women with less respect, making jokes about women and other men, a lot of alcohol, filthy bathrooms, ratio begins to balance at midnight o Bars: quieter, friendly, many involved in regular conversations “Hooking up” represent different views; o Men: “hooking up” generally means sexual pleasure with someone they know little about or not at all. They tend to be less sexually aggressive towards women who they admire and want to have a long-term relationship with o Women: “hooking up” means kissing/petting and do mostly to men they like and want to stay in long-term relationship with Characteristics of the rape setting must be taken into consideration to explain rape culture Peer pressure and situational norms influence those acts More importantly, to eliminate campus rape culture, society in general must
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2010 for the course SOCI 101 taught by Professor Na during the Fall '10 term at University of North Carolina Wilmington.

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