Countering Sexual Harassment: A Handbook for Self Defense

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Choctaw Pub, 1995 - Business & Economics - 142 pages
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This book defines principles & techniques to empower women to deal with sexual harassment & gender bias on the job. It explains the difference between male & female perceptions of the other gender & why harassment occurs. Unlike most books on the subject, it recommends avoidance of litigation, EEOC intervention, & female coalitions to counter harassment. "You've tackled a highly sensitive issue & share a practical analysis through a 'how-to' handbook. It is a rare text when issues are handled in practical real world context, unencumbered by legalese & philosophical projections. We need more, keep them coming. Enjoyable! Thanks." Marian Schultz, Ph.D., Professor of Management, The University of West Florida. "This book offers hope that there is a way to counter sexual harassment while preserving your dignity & career. It is readable & refreshing! Reading this book & taking the time to develop your own personal responses to sexual harassment can help you develop another of the many skills women must master in today's workplace." Deborah Wachob, CPA. Order from: Choctaw Publishing, P.O. Box 1315, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32549, Visa, MasterCard, Check, Purchase Order, (800) 664-5667, (904) 664-5666, FAX (904) 664-5667.

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Contents

The roots of harassment
11
Protective Strategies Be prepared read this first
32
Leveling the playing field
122
The male code of conduct
140
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