Like two Jane Goodalls in the jungle of American young adulthood, they did their observing in the students’ natural habitat.
The researchers interviewed the 53 women on their floor every year for five years—from the time they were freshmen through their first year out of college.
This is the story of Sean, a young impressionable man trying to start a life and build a family.
Why wasn’t her father moving the bed for her, the movers wanted to know?
In direct response to the London Slut Walk planned for Sunday, the London Abused Women's Centre launched a campaign Friday meant to focus on the positive attributes of women."This is about individuals becoming champions for women," Megan Walker, executive director of the London Abused Women's Centre, said of the Value Women campaign.
More than 16 million people have signed."The idea behind this, and the goal, is to change the culture for women to one where women are equally valued," Walker said.
Its aim is to have five people commit to recruiting another five people to champion women in the hopes that by the end, five million people will have committed."We're asking men and women to come to together to end hatred and misogyny against women," Walker said.
Modelled after the "Black is Beautiful" campaign of the 1960s, the Value Women campaign is a five-year effort.