Culture Shock: A Fish Out Of Water by Duncan Mason
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Our nation can no longer continue to break its promise with foreign workers such as Joom. The J-1 program must return to its original mission of cultural exchange. It also must have mechanisms in place to protect young . workers in the job market. Recommendations for reform are offered at the end of this report.
Rape culture is the tall grass in which an attacker can hide; it obfuscates and exculpates where apportioning blame should be simple; it makes victims less likely to report ; it makes perpetrators more likely to rape. We can’t always be in a hotel room to pull an attacker off a victim, but we can be ready to protest when the Hooks of the world tell survivors that rape is partly their fault. We can be not only surprised by rape culture, but outraged by it.
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