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Question 1: Swedish students undergo a similar bonding period, known as nollningen, in which all members of the entering class participate (see ________ for more information).
Fraternities and sororitiesPhi Iota AlphaKappa Alpha SocietySigma Chi

Question 2: In the United States and ________, hazing is often associated with Greek-letter organizations (fraternities and sororities).
United KingdomCanadaBelizeBarbados

Question 3: The act of the blanket party became widely known within pop culture by its portrayal in the Stanley Kubrick movie ________.
Dr. Strangelove2001: A Space Odyssey (film)Full Metal JacketA Clockwork Orange (film)

Question 4: College and universities in general, from ________ to smaller institutions, such as the officially sanctioned 'Kangaroo Court' at Quincy University, Illinois have also been associated with hazing rituals[citation needed].
Harvard UniversityRutgers UniversityHarvard CrimsonIvy League

Question 5: Hazing is a term used to describe various ritual and other activities involving harassment, ________ or humiliation used as a way of initiating a person into a group.
BullyingPsychological abuseDefamationAbuse

Question 6: A portion of the training course known as SERE (Survive, Evade, Resist, Escape) simulates as closely as is feasible the physical and psychological conditions of a ________ camp.
SlaveryHuman rightsExilePrisoner of war

Question 7: Hazing is often prohibited by ________ and may be either physical (possibly violent) or mental (possibly degrading) practices.
Scots lawLawXeerSharia

Question 8: Hazing is seen in many different types of groups, including in gangs, ________, sports teams, military units, and workplaces.
ClubLondonGentlemen's clubEngland

Question 9: In ________, the term is "novatada" from "novato" meaning newcomer and in Portugal "praxe", which literally means "habit".
DenmarkUnited StatesLuxembourgSpain

Question 10: The term tunnel seems to have various meanings in different traditions, such as a ________ or belt-line.
School corporal punishmentCaningSpankingCorporal punishment in the home
















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