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Option 1:

Students will watch the documentary, “The Hunting Ground” (available on Amazon) and write a

2-4 page reflection paper (12-point, Times New Roman, double-spaced, no citations required).

Students should identify two topics depicted in the film that they find to be the most interesting

and explain why they chose these topics. Students should conclude papers by addressing

whether they believe that rape/sexual assault/inappropriate sexual behavior is a problem on

Fresno State’s campus or off-campus parties. If so, what should be done to reduce it? If not,

what is it about Fresno State that makes it stand out in comparison to other campuses (i.e., why is

our college culture different than others)?

Example topics (choose anything, just offering a few possible topics):

University actions to reduce the visibility of rape/sexual assault reports

Backlash against victims who report and advocates who try to assist (e.g., police, lawyers,

professors)

Offenders preying on vulnerable persons

Alcohol as a weapon to reduce someone’s inhibitions for sex

Protecting athletes who commit rape/sexual assault

Party culture/fraternities

General “acceptance” of rape/sexual assault during college

Option 2:

Students will watch the documentary, “Roll, Red, Roll” (available on Netflix) and write a 2-4

page reflection paper (12-point, Times New Roman, double-spaced, no citations required).

Students should identify two topics depicted in the film that they find to be the most

interesting/compelling/shocking and explain why they chose these topics. Students should

conclude the papers by addressing whether they believe rape/sexual assault/inappropriate sexual

behavior) is a problem on Fresno State’s campus or off-campus parties. If so, what should be

done to reduce it? If not, what is about Fresno State students that makes it stand out in

comparison to other campuses (i.e., why is our college culture different than others?)?

Example topics (choose anything, just offering a few possible topics):

Lack of empathy by the male party-goers; crass social media posts/texts

Statements by radio host (assuming rape did not occur initially, stating that the blog writer

wasn’t helping the community by exposing what she found)

Victim blaming by adults in the community

Police interview with coach

Photo documentation of sexual assault, seeming perception that those involved found the events

funny

Backlash at blogger for reporting the social media posts

Involvement of Anonymous

Protests that result in the admission of victimization

  
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