Sex Roles (2012) 67:363–365 DOI 10.1007/s11199-012-0172-0 MEDIA REVIEW Understanding Hookup Culture: What’s Really Happening on College Campuses. Directed by Sut Jhally, Northampton, Mass., Media Education Foundation, 2011. 30 min. College: $125 High School: $50 IBSN: 1-932869-49-2. (www.mediaed.org) Maureen C. McHugh & Becky Pearlson & Andrea Poet Published online: 26 June 2012 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2012 As a professor of psychology (first author) at a moderately is not addressing a college class, or a campus group, although sized public university in the mid-Atlantic region, I teach and I am convinced that the film duplicates a lecture she does conduct research with graduate students (second and third deliver to students at Stanford. Rather, the audience is a authors) on gender and sexuality including hooking up and curious one of well- dressed adults who do not express any the sexual double standard. Based on my conversations with clear reaction to her statistics on hooking up and sexual my colleagues and my suburban neighbors, as well as my activity; they appear to be non-parents, perhaps college presentations to psychologists at national (US) conferences, administrators, who were invited to attend the taping. Their there are many adults who are not ‘hep’ to the
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