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SOCIAL NORMS AND BYSTANDER INTERVENTION: HOW WE FEEL ABOUT DOING RIGHT

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SOCIAL NORMS AND BYSTANDER INTERVENTION: HOW WE FEEL ABOUT DOING RIGHT

Bystander intervention, doing the right thing, all doing our part to prevent violence…it all sounds great, but maybe not so easy.  Do we really want to get involved? Do men always feel good about standing up to prevent violence?  These are heady questions, and questions that really need answers as we think about prevention programs and safety.

Alan Berkowitz got his PhD in Psychology from Cornell, and has been working ever since to help colleges, public health agencies, military organizations and communities to design programs to address health and social justice issues. Known not only for his prolific scholarly articles, but also for innovative programs addressing substance abuse, sexual assault and gender, he will join us to discuss our expectations and our realities when it comes to intervention and prevention of violence.

Join us as we discuss social norms, sexual aggression, and bystanders.

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