College Student Affairs
Master of Science (MS)
Semester of Degree Completion
Jon K. Coleman
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship of the acceptance and attitudes toward rape myth and sexual assault among fraternity and sorority members and nonaffiliated students as well as the differences in acceptance between men and women. Utilizing the data gathered through a quantative survey using the Illinois Rape Myth Acceptance Scale (IRMA), the researcher found that although there is no definite difference between Greek-affiliated students compared to nonaffiliated students or between men and women, there are some differences to take note of.
Light, Karissa B., "Rape Myth Acceptance in Social Fraternities and Sororities Compared to Nonaffiliated Students" (2018). Masters Theses. 3682.