Traumatic injuries caused by hazing practices.

@article{Finkel2002TraumaticIC,
  title={Traumatic injuries caused by hazing practices.},
  author={Michelle A. Finkel},
  journal={The American journal of emergency medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={
          228-33
        }
}
Hazing is defined as committing acts against an individual or forcing an individual into committing an act that creates a risk for harm in order for the individual to be initiated into or affiliated with an organization. Hazing is an enduring activity with roots that date back to the ancient and medieval eras. It has become increasingly prevalent in fraternities and sororities, high school and college athletic organizations, the military, professional sports teams, and street gangs. Scant… CONTINUE READING

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