Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: Perspectives, Frontiers, and Response Strategies
Margaret S. Stockdale
SAGE Publications, Mar 12, 1996 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
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.
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What We Know and What We Need to Learn
Perspectives on Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
Mens Misperceptions of Womens
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