Mon 6 April
Arts and Humanities

CUTransitions Talks present: Rape Culture: Three domains of operation

When

Mon 6 April
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Where

Building EW, Level 1, Centre for Urban Transitions,

Cost

Free
CUTransitions Talks are lunchtime learning sessions held at the Centre for Urban Transitions, Swinburne Hawthorn Campus

Rape Culture: Three domains of operation

Rape culture is a complex social structure which permeates all dimensions of society. Using Risman's (2004) framework for understanding gender as a social structure, this thesis will conceptualise the operation of rape culture and its social processes at the institutional, interactional and individual levels of society. This conceptual scaffolding seeks to illuminate the persistence and stability of rape culture.

About the presenter:

Jessica Grahame is a PhD candidate at Swinburne University in the school of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities. Jessica is in her third year of candidature and is hoping to submit her thesis by the end of this year. Her scholarly interests are rooted in the fields of gender and sexuality studies and social theory.


Contact Information

Dr iris Levin
03 92148197
ilevin@swin.edu.au