ECU SOCI 1010 - Violence (3 pages)

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violence, rape, party rape, gendered, non-gendered

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East Carolina University
Soci 1010 - Race, Gender, Class
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SOCI 1010 1nd Edition Lecture 30 Outline of Last Lecture I Continuation of last lecture a What lessons do these bias teach i Lack of women in history ii Sex segregation II Boys Education a Issues in earlier education III The Big Idea IV Career Academies a What are they b How do they define success c How did they get data d What made career academies successful e How do we know it was the academy setting that made a difference and not just the students who enrolled Outline of Current Lecture I The Big Idea II Research question These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute III Methodology IV What factors facilitate rape on campus Current Lecture I II III IV V VI The Big Idea a Armstrong et Al argue that rape on college campuses is facilitated by a range of gendered and non gendered policies interactions and individual characteristics Research Question a Armstrong et Al wanted to see the degree to which there are practices or characters that are non gendered b Looked at party rape looking at rapes that happen in college related venues i Party rape expectations associated with fun alcohol etc c Why are college campuses still dangerous for women that what can be attributed to them i Gendered non gendered Methodology a Research team lived in party dorm for a year b Observed interviewed surveyed c Focus groups non dorm people feminist groups non white older students LGTB i Just men ii Just women iii Coed What factors facilitate rape on campus a Peer culture individual characteristics b University rules procedures c Interactional practices i All THREE these things together contribute to facilitation Peer Culture a Sexual expectations gendered men derive status from having sex women derive status from getting attention b Party culture expectations not gendered only way to meet people somewhat gendered c Characteristics of party type white middle class single no kids traditional age heterosexual gendered University rules procedures a Greek life only partial control b Dorms don t allow alcohol students have to go somewhere else to drink c Few public areas

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