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Tammatha L. Clodfelter

In: Sexual Victimization: Then and Now

Chapter 4: Sexual Harassment

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Sexual Harassment
Sexual harassment
Tammatha L.Clodfelter

Sexual harassment has been extensively studied over the past 30 years across a wide variety of contexts such as the workplace, the military, academic settings, on the streets, and among peers (e.g., Bursik & Gefter, 2011; Cortina, Swan, Fitzgerald, & Waldo, 1998; Firestone, Miller, & Harris, 2012; Lipson, 2001; Macmillan, Nierobisz, & Welsh, 2000; McDonald, 2012; O'Leary-Kelly, Bowes-Sperry, Bates, & Lean, 2009; Rock, Lipari, Cook, & Hale, 2011). More recent studies have addressed topics such as factors that influence case outcomes (Hershcovis & Barling, 2010; Kulik, Perry, & Pepper, 2003), juror decision making (Huntley & Constanzo, 2003), compensatory awards (Cass, Levett, & Kovera, 2010; Sharkey, 2006), and organizational culture and trust (Vijayasiri, 2008). However, much of the attention has been paid ...

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