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Can he come home again to the Plain life?


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Also by Hank Nuwer:

The Hazing Reader, January 2004
Paperback
Wrongs Of Passage, January 2002
Paperback (reprint)

Wrongs Of Passage
Hank Nuwer

Fraternities, Sororities, Hazing, And Binge Drinking

Indiana University Press
January 2002
On Sale: January 1, 2002
360 pages
ISBN: 025321498X
EAN: 9780253214980
Paperback (reprint)
$19.95
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Non-Fiction

What forces young men and women to accept inhuman and degrading rituals in order to belong to a social club, sorority, or fraternity? Why do college administrators and Greek fraternities and sororities continue to allow practices that risk death or permanent psychological damage?

Hank Nuwer confronts these questions in this hard-hitting, heartfelt look at the dark side of college fraternal life, newly updated for this paperback edition. Nuwer takes a broad look at the problem, examining its fundamental legal and historical roots and describing many instances of abuse and criminal behavior.

A moving chronology lists the names of students who have died as a result of hazing activities in the U.S. from 1838 to 2001. The book concludes with Nuwer's recommendations for reform.

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