Sorority Participation and Sexual Assault Risk

@article{Minow2009SororityPA,
  title={Sorority Participation and Sexual Assault Risk},
  author={Jacqueline Chevalier Minow and Christopher J. Einolf},
  journal={Violence Against Women},
  year={2009},
  volume={15},
  pages={835 - 851}
}
  • Jacqueline Chevalier Minow, Christopher J. Einolf
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Violence Against Women
  • This study tested the relationship between sexual assault victimization, sorority membership, and participation in a range of sorority activities, using data from a large-sample (N = 779) survey conducted at a midsize public university. A total of 29% of sorority women reported having been sexually assaulted while in college, four times the rate (7%) among nonsorority members. The difference between Greek and non-Greek women remained large even when controls were included for alcohol… CONTINUE READING
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