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Hazing and Gender: Analyzing the Obvious

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The author discusses hazing as a form of institutionalized violence and explores it through a gender theory lens. Using gender socialization, discussion of sexual identity, objectification, and the intersections between gender, race, class and hazing violence, she discusses implications and makes recommendations for practice.