Popular in Sociology 2210: Deviance
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Date Created: 04/20/15
Soc 2210 4915 Data Point 0 How Frats Are Keeping VictimBlaming And Rape Culture Alive And Well article from Elite Daily 0 O O FratPAC Fraternity and Sorority Political Action Committee legislation would require the criminal justice system to resolve rape cases before universities can take of cial ac on Proposed legislation called the Campus Accountability and Safety Act CASA Includes blocking colleges from suspending all fraternities on a campus due to a serious incident at a single house and ruling against mandates for Greek chapters to create a coed atmosphere If people commit criminal acts they should be prosecuted and they should go to jail Pushing for stricter legislation on what colleges must do to address campus rape Lots of people worry about falsely reported rapes Jackie and Drew story OSU Professor Chris Davey joined OSU in August 2014 an expert ventriloquist trained to parrot our university s official positions 0 OSY can afford many expertly trained employees who work hard to represent the university and put it in the best possible light Most natural persons including all of us could easily bene t from having multiple highly trained experts to represent us and craft spin when spin crafting is what we need the problem is we cannot afford these trained experts 0 Second the spin The core of the matter is that OSU was under investigation in early 2014 for multiple serious violations of Title IX by the Office of Civil Rights of the US Department of Education Title IX quotNo person in the United States shall on the basis of sex be excluded from participation in be denied the bene ts of or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal nancial assistance OSU has a website dedicated to Title IX
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