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2/16/11 Boswell and Spade 1996 What did the authors want to find out? How did they define rape culture? What was their methodology? How did they choose the frats? How did they define low- vs. high-risk? What did the researchers look for? (social context)
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2/16/11 Applying theory Differential association says that social associations influence people who have a deviant behavior(s); it’s something they’ve learned. Where in the article was this idea presented and do you agree with the reasoning given? Following the labeling theory, does
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2/16/11 Evaluating the article What were its strengths? Weaknesses? Do you find parallels to this campus? UF sex offences ( 12 in 2005, 11 in 2006, 4 in 2007) If only 40% reported , then actual number is morel like 25 in 2005, 23 in 2006, 9 in 2007
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Rape vs. Sexual Assault Sexual assault is a broader category that the Justice Department uses to classify rape, attempted rape, and other violent felonies that fall short of rape. Rape
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