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The Perception and Depiction of Females: Sarcasm Replacing Humor from 1960-1975
As female activism demanded equality in the social, economic and political contexts in the twentieth century in America, their effects could be seen in higher education at Duke University in the 1960’s with the ending of ...
K-Ville: A World of Its Own
"K-Ville: A World of Its Own" is an ethnography of one of the most storied and well-known Duke University traditions: the weeks-long campout on the grounds near Cameron Indoor Stadium before the Duke-UNC home basketball ...
Free(dom)inated: A Feminist Examination of Hookup Culture’s Sexual Empowerment and Sexual Policing of Duke University Undergraduate Women
How do Duke University undergraduate women experience the seemingly empowering norms of hookup culture? While debate rages among feminists, scholars, journalists, and others as to whether or not hookup culture is beneficial ...
Student Knowledge and Understanding of Sexual Violence: A Case Study at Duke University
An estimated 20-25% of women experience sexual assault while at college. In response, institutions of higher education are improving their policies and working to educate students on the issue. The purpose of this study ...