Many individuals want hazing to stop: friends, parents, advisors, students who are being hazed or members of an organization that engage in hazing. Some individuals don’t know what to say or do. Others don't think it's their job or their problem. Hazing isn't an individual or organizational problem; it's a social and community problem. It's everyone’s problem when hazing occurs within a community and it's everyone’s responsibility to help stop hazing.
To play a role in hazing prevention, consider the following steps (adapted from Berkowitz, A., 1994):
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