Brotherhood, Male-Sexual Assault, and Homophobia
Keywords:Male-Sexual Assault, Homophobia, Fraternity Brotherhood, Sexual Behavior
This paper investigates the extent to which fraternity brotherhood culture can promote male-sexual assault and homophobia on college campuses through a meta-analysis of literary analyses on Greek life, university sexual scripts, and homophobic rhetoric. Examination of over ten journal articles and literary reviews of male-sexual assault, homophobia, and/or brotherhood sexual scripts reveal the underlying social and evolutionary scripts present in male-sexual assault cases, intersecting with fraternity homophobia and brotherhood sex schemas on college fraternity rows.
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