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DOI

https://doi.org/10.25774/ya9v-4b61

First Page

32

Last Page

48

Abstract

The term “sisterhood” is one that has been used in a variety of ways to describe relationships among and between groups of women. Scholars have devoted little to no attention to the manner in which modern sorority members define and conceptualize their sisterhood experience. This study seeks to understand the various ways that collegiate sorority members define and experience the concept of sisterhood. The present study closely mirrors and extends the methodology and focus of the research on brotherhood conducted by McCreary and Schutts (2015).

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