Sexual harassment: a debate

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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 1997 - Law - 239 pages
The question of what constitutes sexual harassment is contentious, as is the question of how to address sexual harassment. In this uncompromising yet respectful debate, two philosophers of widely divergent views present clear arguments and then respond directly to each other's reasoning.

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Linda Lemoncheck received her Ph.D. in philosophy from UCLA in 1981. She has taught philosophy at Occidental College, UCLA, California State University, Long Beach, and USC. Her books and articles in feminist philosophy and applied ethics include Sexual Harassment: A Debate (with Mane Hajdin),
Dehumanizing Women: Treating Persons as Sex Objects, and "Feminist Politics and Feminist Ethics: Treating Women as Sex Objects," in Philosophical Perspectives on Sex and Love (OUP, 1995).

Hajdin is senior lecturer at the University of Waikato in New Zealand.

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