The Guardian cites UMaine hazing study

The Guardian mentioned research from a 2008 University of Maine study in an article about a high school football coach and six players in Oregon who are facing criminal charges for “aggressive” hazing. The study, which was conducted by researchers Elizabeth Allan and Mary Madden, found that a quarter of coaches or advisers were aware of hazing behavior, and that 95 percent of hazing victims didn’t tell authorities. Additionally, nine out of 10 students who experienced behaviors classified as hazing didn’t consider themselves hazing victims, according to the article.