Sexual Harassment: A Reference Handbook

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ABC-CLIO, 1997 - Law - 285 pages

In the 2nd edition of "Sexual Harassment," compelling cases of sexual harassment in the 1990s are examined, including the highly publicized lawsuit against President Bill Clinton brought by Paula Jones, a former employee of the state of Arkansas. Conversely, readers are asked to assess a recent national debate over whether grade school children should be disciplined for "sexual harassment" when they kiss a playmate.

"Sexual Harassment" contains an overview, a detailed chronology, biographical sketches, primary source material, lists of print and nonprint resources, and a directory of organizations and agencies.

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Lynne Eisaguirre is an attorney, author, and entrepreneur who specializes in helping organizations solve employee relations problems.

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