Understanding Factors Influencing Members Expression of Hypermasculine Behaviors in Fraternities Serving Male-Identified Individuals at a Predominately White Institution Public Deposited

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  • This thesis explored the factors that influence members expression of hypermasculine behaviors in fraternity organizations serving male-identified students at a predominately White university in a predominately White state in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States of America. Utilizing the Auburn Differential Masculinities Inventory, this quantitative approach focused on understanding how the five factors scores and total scores of fraternity members utilizing this research instrument develop over their time involved, time in school, and initiation status. Of a potential population of 959, there were 216 participants that completed the research survey. While the results of the research study produced results that had research fail to reject the null hypotheses, it provided many areas for the direction of future research. The results include a call to action for campus and headquarter professionals to continue to develop research around the critical topic of masculinity with fraternities and its impact on many of the current issues facing the fraternal movement.
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