Date of Graduation
Bachelor of Science in Human Environmental Sciences
Human Development, Family Sciences and Rural Sociology
Committee Member/Second Reader
The current study examined the presence of privilege in fraternity men on a college campus to assess their differences in privilege and how that affects their perceptions of women and rape. The current study focused on men (n = 179) who claimed to be a current member of a social fraternity (n = 69) and assessed whether they were privileged or not based off of their parental household income. While there was a strong presence of privilege among fraternity men, they showed no differences in their perceptions of women and rape. However, they were more likely to have traditional attitudes towards women and rape as compared to non-fraternity men (n = 119).
fraternity men, privilege, perceptions of women, rape myths, perpetrator rape myths
Rogers, K. (2017). Are All Fraternity Men the Same? Differences in Privilege and Perceptions of Women and Rape. Human Development and Family Sciences Undergraduate Honors Theses Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/hdfsrsuht/3