Present-day analysis based on JML survey
The results from this year’s JML survey have been compiled.
More people are participating in the chapters’ activities across all categories. The number of both percieved and witnessed cases of harassment and mistreatment are somewhat lower compared to previous years. More people have also become aware of how to report harassment.
A larger percentage of respondents report experiencing some form of special treatment, both positive and negative, and last years reports of elitism and hierarchy within the chapters remain. More people describe the chapters’ environment as positive, and most percieve peer pressure in relation to alcohol consumption as low. At the same time, the environment is also described as closed off and macho.
A full present-day analysis can be found below.