Hazed perceptions: a qualitative analysis of college students' definitions and perceptions of hazing in student organizations
While hazing gains media coverage when tragedy occurs or incidences of hazing activities are leaked to social media, this topic at universities receives little to moderate sociological attention. Many consider hazing a widespread problem given that some research estimates that as many as 55 percent of college or high school students have been involved in these activities. Notably, however, additional evidence indicates that students often resist understanding hazing activities as such. Clearly, these kinds of attitudes are important to consider when developing anti-hazing programming or campaigns, ...
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Alexander, Kellie D.