Chapter 39: Trading Sex for Crack: Gender and Power ; Paul J. Draus and Robert G. Carlson

Two Myths:

1. Addictive Power

2. Hypersexuality


Six Features of the Sex for Crack Exchange

1. Drug Effects and Gender

2. Negotiations

3. Crack, Sex, and Violence

4. Dope Boys and Sugar Daddies

5. The Lure of Sex, the Lure of the Drug

6. The Game Turns on You

~dynamics of power


Chapter 40:  Selling Excitement: Gender Roles at the Male Strip Show ; Maren T. Scull

Gender Roles Reversed or Reinforced?

Gender role transcendence

Physical Interactions with Customers:

1. Dominating

2. Aggressive Touching

3. Humiliating

Dancers’ Hypermasculine Presentation of Self:

Body Technologies

How do these represent or enact a certain type of masculinity?

Aggressive Women

Do they achieve gender role transcendence?


Dominance, power, and gender role enactment


Chapter 41: Sexual Assault on Campus; Armstrong, Hamilton, and Sweeney

3 traditions in the literature on sexual assault on college campuses:

1. Individual Determinants

2. Rape Culture

3. Contexts


INDIVIDUAL LEVEL: Selves and Peer Culture in the Transition from High School to College

1. Non-Gendered Characteristics Motivate Participation in Party Scenes

2. Peer Culture as Gendered and Sexualized


ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL: University and Green Rules, Resources, and Procedures

1. University Practices as Push Factors

2. Male Control of Fraternity Parties


INTERACTIONAL LEVEL: The Production of Fun and Sexual Assault in Interaction

Party Norms:

1. Trust

2. Clothing

3. Space

4. Transportation

5. Liquor


INDIVIDUAL BLAME: Student Responses and the Resiliency of the Party Scene

Four types of victim-blaming

1. Mistakes

2. Prevention Strategies

3. Status

4. Opting Out