INSIDE GREEK U.: FRATERNITIES, SORORITIES, AND THE PURSUIT OF PLEASURE, POWER, AND PRESTIGE

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Description: Reviewed by Robert M. Jarvis* Researchers are beginning to take notice of college fraternities and sororities, the "Greek" organizations that are a staple of student life on many campuses.1 One of the latest to do so is Alan D. DeSantis, a communications professor at the University of Kentucky.2 DeSantis's book is the product of years spent interviewing (in both formal and informal settings) hundreds of Greeks to find out how fraternity men and sorority women view themselves and each other.3 The results are as fascinating as they are disturbing.
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