Sexually Harassing Conversations Research Paper by hicaliber

Sexually Harassing Conversations
This paper describes sexual harassment in the workplace, with an emphasis on sexually harassing conversations.
# 94813 | 2,002 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on May 09, 2007 in Gender and Sexuality (Sexual Politics) , Law (General) , Women Studies (General)

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This paper examines what constitutes sexual harassment, especially sexually harassing conversations. The focus of the paper is sexual harassment in the workplace, although other situations are also described. The writer describes the motivation behind the inappropriate conversations, and how victims can bring charges against the perpetrators. Several law suits involving sexual harassment are presented.

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Griffin, Melanie. Sexuality educators are essential to helping people understand sexual harassment. SIECUS Report, Feb/Mar 2000.
  • Allen, Robin Lee; Gould, Allen; Koteff, Ellen; Martin, Richard; Elan, Elissa; Garber, Amy; Liddle, Alan; Frumkin, Paul; Ruggless, Ron. A matter of education: Workplace required classes as a way to curb sexual harassment. Nation's Restaurant News, Jan 24, 2005.
  • Schenke, Jarred. High Profile life sciences company NuTec settles sexual harassment case. Atlanta Business Chronicle. June 2002.
  • EEOC v. Carmike Cinemas, Inc.; No. 5:04-CV-673-BO(1) (E.D.N.C. Sept. 26, 2005)
  • Carr v. Allison Gas Turbine Division 32 Fed. Rep. 3d ser. 1007 (7th Cir. 1994). From "What is a reasonable woman to do? The Judicial Rhetoric of Sexual Harassment" from NWSA Journal Volume 9, Number 2

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