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A. Ayres Boswell

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Alexa Rivera

on 22 April 2015

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A.Ayres Boswell

Supervisor at a foster care agency in New York City.
She works with abused and neglected children, trying to achieve permanency in the children’s lives either by reunification with their birth parents or by locating adoptive resources.

Joan Z. Spade

Associate Professor of Sociology at Lehigh University.
Her previous publications have focused on the interstices of work and family, including the effects of men’s and women’s parental values.
She is currently examining the effects of grouping students in middle school.

Approach to rape culture
Rape culture - is a set of values and beliefs that provide an environment conducive to rape

Identify the social contexts that link fraternities to campus rape and promote a rape culture


Observed Social interactions between men and women
Use a variety of data collection approaches
Follow the process of identifying high- and low-risk fraternity houses

Fraternities and Collegiate Rape Culture
A. Ayres Boswell and Joan z.Spadde
By Alexa Rivera, Kevin Mathew, Tim Yabu
The Settings
Fraternity Parties
-High and low risk houses

Bar Scene
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