Chapter 37.doc

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Women's and Gender Studies
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WSTA01H3
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Anissa Talahite- Moodley

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Chapter 37: Rape-Prone versus Rape-Free Campus Cultures Rape-Prone Campus Environment s - rape in tribal societies is part of a cultural configuration that includes interpersonal violence, male dominance, and sexual separation - phallocentrism is a dominant psycho-sexual symbol in these societies - rape-prone behaviour is associated with environmental insecurity and females are turned into objects to be controlled as men struggle to retain or to gain control of their environment - behaviours and attitudes prevail that separate the sexes and force men into a posture of proving their manhood - sexual violence is one of the ways in which men remind themselves that they are superior The Concept of a Rape-Free Society − the outstanding feature of rape-free societies is the ceremonial importance of women and the respect accorded to the
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