Consent on Campus

A Manifesto
 
 
Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 1. August 2018
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  • 176 Seiten
 
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A 2015 survey of twenty-seven elite colleges found that twenty-three percent of respondents reported personal experiences of sexual misconduct on their campuses. That figure has not changed since the 1980s, when people first began collecting data on sexual violence. What has changed is the level of attention that the American public is paying to these statistics. Reports of sexual abuse repeatedly make headlines, and universities are scrambling to address the crisis. Their current strategy, Donna Freitas argues, is wholly inadequate. Universities must take a radically different approach to educating their campus communities about sexual assault and consent. Consent education is often a one-time affair, devised by overburdened student affairs officers. Universities seem more focused on insulating themselves from lawsuits and scandals than on bringing about real change. What is needed, Freitas shows, is an effort by the entire university community to deal with the deeper questions about sex, ethics, values, and how we treat one another, including facing up to the perils of hookup culture-and to do so in the university's most important space: the classroom. We need to offer more than a section in the student handbook about sexual assault, and expand our education around consent far beyond "Yes Means Yes." We need to transform our campuses into places where consent is genuinely valued. Freitas advocates for teaching not just how to consent, but why it's important to care about consent and to treat one's sexual partners with dignity and respect. Consent on Campus is a call to action for university administrators, faculty, parents, and students themselves, urging them to create cultures of consent on their campuses, and offering a blueprint for how to do it.
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  • USA
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978-0-19-067116-7 (9780190671167)
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Donna Freitas lectures at universities across the United States on her work about college students. She is the author of Sex and the Soul: Juggling Sexuality, Spirituality, Romance and Religion on America's College Campuses and The Happiness Effect: How Social Media is Driving a Generation to Appear Perfect at Any Cost, and has written for publications including The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. Freitas is currently a non-resident research associate at the Center for Religion and Society at Notre Dame. She lives in New York City.
Preface- Dear All University Presidents Part I- The Situation on Campus As It Stands Introduction Chapter 1- Title IX: A Crash Course Chapter 2- The State of Consent Education Chapter 3- Drinking on Campus and Sexual Misconduct Policies Part II- Inherited Stories: Scripts for Hooking up, Being a Man, Being a Woman Chapter 4- Hookup Culture: Expectations of Sexual Ambivalence Chapter 5- Men and Masculinity: The Problematic Relationship Between Men and Sex Chapter 6- A Hierarchy of Bodies: Sexual Privilege, Gender, Shame, and Blame Part III- Telling the Story of Consent: Rewriting and Transforming Campus Narratives Chapter 7- When Culture and Sexual Ethics Are Good: Preparing Ourselves to Do Necessary Work Chapter 8- Scripting Consent: An Activist Lesson Plan Chapter 9- The Only Thing Stopping Us, Is Us: Contending with Ongoing Academic Biases Against the Personal Conclusion- Consent Requires Class

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