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HIDDEN HARM

What is hidden harm?

The notion of hidden harm stems from the fact that we do not know the individual backgrounds of the members of our team or organization. Based on a person's background and past experiences, everyone will react differently to stressful situations. Please visit the hidden harm page at HazingPrevention.org for more information and to view video clips dealing with this subject.

NATIONAL HAZING STUDY

Visit the www.HazingStudy.org Web site, or download the pdf of the Hazing in View: College Students at Risk report.

This investigation is the most comprehensive study of hazing to date. It includes survey responses from more than 11,000 undergraduate students at 53 colleges and universities in different regions of the U.S. and interviews with more than 300 students and staff at 18 of these campuses.

Last updated: 07/13/2017