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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
Perspectives, Frontiers, and Response Strategies

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April 1996 | 320 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Sexual harassment is now a universally recognized topic of concern for employers as well as employed women. The contributors to this volume provide a comprehensive look at what we know about sexual harassment. Their findings are grounded in theory, research and practice.

 
Series Editors' Introduction
 
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION
Margaret S Stockdale
What We Know and What We Need to Learn about Sexual Harassment
 
PART TWO: PERSPECTIVES ON SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE WORKPLACE
Elizabeth Grauerholz
Sexual Harassment in the Academy
The Case of Women Professors

 
Audrey J Murrell
Sexual Harassment and Women of Color
Issues, Challenges, and Future Directions

 
Frank E Saal
Men's Misperceptions of Women's Interpersonal Behaviors and Sexual Harassment
Ramona L Paetzold and Anne M O'Leary-Kelly
The Implications of US Supreme Court and Circuit Court Decisions for Hostile Environment Sexual Harassment Cases
Lynne Bowes-Sperry and Gary N Powell
Sexual Harassment as a Moral Issue
An Ethical Decision-Making Perspective

 
 
PART THREE: RESEARCH FRONTIERS
Charles L Hulin, Louise F Fitzgerald, and Fritz Drasgow
Organizational Influences on Sexual Harassment
James E Gruber, Michael Smith, and Kaisa Kauppinen-Torapainen
Sexual Harassment Types and Severity
Linking Research and Policy

 
Kathy A Hanisch
An Integrated Framework for Studying the Outcomes of Sexual Harassment
Consequences for Individuals and Organizations

 
Deborah Erdos Knapp and Gary A Kustis
The Real `Disclosure'
Sexual Harassment and the Bottom Line

 
 
PART FOUR: RESPONDING TO HARASSMENT: STRATEGIES FOR CHANGE
Jeanette N Cleveland and Kathleen McNamara
Understanding Sexual Harassment
Contributions from Research on Domestic Violence and Organizational Change

 
Mary P Rowe
Dealing with Harassment
A Systems Approach

 
Barbara A Gutek
Sexual Harassment at Work
When an Organization Fails to Respond

 

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