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That’s what she said: Women students’ experiences of lad culture in higher education

Wednesday, 28 March 2012 00:00 Phipps, A. Young, I. Special Interest Groups
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In 2010 NUS published the ‘Hidden Marks’ report which produced the staggering statistic that 68 per cent of respondents had been the victim of one or more kinds of sexual harassment on campus during their time as a student.

That’s What She Said’ builds on this revelation with an exploration of the depth of feeling surrounding the phenomenon of ‘lad culture’ and how this can facilitate negative student experiences. As such, the research contains analysis of data from interviews and focus groups with 40 women students from England and Scotland, exploring how ‘lad culture’ affects every area of student life to a greater or lesser degree.

  

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Editor's comments - [  In this research 50 per cent of study participants identified "prevailing sexism, 'laddism' and a culture of harassment" at their [UK] universities.In light of the findings, NUS has called on Women and Equalities Minister Jo Swinson to convene a summit on ‘lad culture’.  ]  Reference this?Cryer, J. (2012). This page title in italics. Retrieved date, from In the text: Cryer (2012)

 

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