Confronting Sexual Harassment in Ghanaian Universities

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Ghana Universities Press, 2006 - Education - 143 pages
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The dynamics of sexual harassment in Ghanaian public universities is investigated by two Ghanaian women scholars. Following on the study, they suggest strategies for the development of university based policies. The study examines the forms of sexual harassment that occur on university campuses, and examines the attitudes and perceptions of members of the university community towards it. Akua O. Britwum is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Development Studies at the University of Cape Coast. Her teaching and research interests cover gender based violence, gender and economic policy as well ass trade union democracy and informal sector labour force organization. Nana Amma Anokye is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Development Studies at the University of Cape Coast. Her teaching and research interests cover agricultural marketing, environmental and gender issues as well as stakeholder participation on water resources management.

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Contents

EXPLAINING SEXUAL HARASSMENT
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PERCEPTIONS AND ATTITUDES TO SEXUAL
30
THE EXPERIENCE OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT
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