Other Publications

Examples of research and research-based publications and initiatives are listed below by topic.

College

Allan, E., Joyce, B., Perlow, E. (July 2020). Fraternity and sorority hazing: A practitioner’s guide to relevant research and recommendations for prevention. White Paper for the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors (AFA).

Allan, E. J. & Kerschner, D. (2020). The pervasiveness of the hazing phenomenon. In Meriwether, J. (Ed.). Dismantling hazing in Greek Letter organizations: Effective practices for prevention, response, and campus engagement (pp. 1-31). Washington, DC: NASPA press.

Allan, E. J. & Meriwether, J. L. (2019, October). Preventing Campus Hazing: VPSAs Can Help Lead the Institutional Commitment to Change. Leadership Exchange. NASPA.

Allan, E. J., Payne, J., & Kerschner, D. (2018). Hazing Prevention Toolkit for Campus Professionals. In collaboration with the Clery Center. http://clerycenter.org/article/we-dont-haze?sid=7176.

*Allan, E .J., Kerschner, D. & Payne, J. (2019). College student hazing experiences, attitudes, and perceptions: Implications for prevention. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 56(1) 32-48. https://doi.org/10.1080/19496591.2018.1490303 (Innovation in Research and Scholarship Feature article).

*Allan, E. J., Payne, J. & Kerschner, D. (2018). Transforming the culture of hazing: A research-based hazing prevention framework. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 55(4) 412-425.  DOI: 10.1080/19496591.2018.1474759. (Innovation in Research and Scholarship Feature article).

*Veliz, D. & Allan, E. (2017). Defining hazing: Gender differences. Oracle, 12(2), 12-25. 

*Allan, E. J. & Madden, M. (2012). The nature and extent of college student hazing. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health, 24(1), 1-8.

*Allan, E. J. & Madden, M. (2010, May). The prevalence, tolerance, and significance of hazing on U.S. college campuses. The Bulletin. (magazine of the Association of College Unions International).

Allan, E. J. & Madden, M. (2007, Fall). “Yeah, but it wasn’t hazing!”: Research-based insights on why students underestimate hazing. AFA Essentials. Association of Fraternity Advisors publication.

Allan, E. J. & McKaig, D. (2007, Winter). Hazing on campus: Beyond the Greeks. Leadership Exchange. 4(4), 12-17. NASPA publication for Senior Student Affairs Administrators.

*Also a peer-reviewed publication

High School

*Allan, E. J., Hakkola, L.H., & Kerschner, D. (2020). High school hazing prevention and gender:  Implications for school counselors. Journal of School Counseling. https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1267686.pdf

*Hakkola, L., Allan, E., & Kerschner, D. (2019). Applying utilization-focused evaluation to high school hazing prevention: A pilot intervention. Journal of Evaluation and Program Planning. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2019.05.005

Allan, E. J., Hakkola, L. & Kerschner, D. (2018). Improving school climate with hazing prevention: A pilot study. Maine Schools in Focus. (Journal of the College of Education and Human Development). October 2018.

Allan, E. J., & J. Payne (2016). We don’t haze: Program materials for working with high school students. In collaboration with the Clery Center.  http://clerycenter.org/article/we-dont-haze?sid=7176.

*Also a peer-reviewed publication

Gender and Hazing

Allan, E. J. & Kinney, M. (2018). Hazing and gender: Lenses for prevention. In Nuwer, H. (Ed.). Destroying Young Lives: Hazing in Schools and the Military (pp. 100-115). Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

Allan, E. J. (2005, Winter). Analyzing the obvious: Applying a gender lens to understand the problem of hazing. Interfraternity Bulletin.  North American Interfraternal Foundation, 6-8.

Allan, E. J. & DeAngelis. G. (2004). Hazing, masculinity and collision sports: (Un)becoming heroes.  In J. Johnson & M. Holman (Eds.), Making the team: Inside the world of sport hazing and initiations (pp. 61-80). Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press.

Allan, E. J. (2003). Gender and hazing: Analyzing the obvious. In H. Nuwer (Ed.). The hazing reader: Examining rites gone wrong in fraternities, professional and amateur athletics, high schools and the military (pp. 275-294). Bloomington, IN:  Indiana University Press.

General

Allan, E. J., Payne, J., & Kerschner, D. (2016). We don’t haze: A companion prevention brief for general audiences. In collaboration with the Clery Center.  http://clerycenter.org/article/we-dont-haze?sid=7176.

Intersections

Hazing and Sexual Violence

Goodwin, Kayla E., “Investigating the Intersections of Interpersonal Violence: Identifying Risk and Protective Factors for Hazing” (2020). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 3161. https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/etd/3161

Military and Government

Grants

Preventing Sexual Violence towards Male Victims through Targeting Hazing Behavior. Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury Research Program. Department of Defense. Sub-award in collaboration with the Geneva Foundation and Brown University.

Testimonies and Subject Matter Expertise

Dr. Elizabeth Allen has testified before the U.S. Senate and been invited to serve as a subject matter expert in various legislative and military roundtables.

Expert Testimony

U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee (2016)

Provided expert testimony about student hazing for Senate Roundtable on campus safety. https://www.help.senate.gov/hearings/campus-safety-improving-prevention-and-response-efforts

Subject Matter Expert

Legislative Briefing (2018)

Served as subject matter expert on hazing and hazing prevention for Congressional staff. July 25, 2018, Rayburn Building, Washington, D.C.

U.S. Department of Defense (2017)

Served as subject matter expert on hazing and sexual assault for Department of Defense Symposium on Male Sexual Assault in the U.S. military. SAPRO Office. November 01, 2017.

U.S. Department of Defense (2017)

Served as subject matter expert for Department of Defense think tank on prevention of sexual assault and hazing in the U.S. military. SAPRO Office. November 30, 2017.

U.S. Department of Defense (2017)

Served as subject matter expert on hazing and sexual assault for Department of Defense Symposium on Male Sexual Assault in the U.S. military. SAPRO Office. November 01, 2017.

U.S. Department of Defense (2017)

Served as subject matter expert for Department of Defense think tank on prevention of sexual assault and hazing in the U.S. military. SAPRO Office. November 30, 2017.