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These essays cover conceptual and methodological issues connected with the study of sexual harassment; the impact of sexual harassment on cognitive, physical, and emotional well-being; the psychology of men who harass; and handling complaints of sexual harassment--investigating them, institutional strategies, legal issues. The appendices include listings of books, organizations, and audiovisual material; sample workshop materials for training faculty; advice on classroom behavior for instructors; and a sexual harassment committee support counselor manual. Paper edition (unseen), $21.95. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents

Forewords: An Ecological Perspective to Understanding Sexual Harassment
Richard Barickman, Sam Korn, Bernice Sandler, Yael Gold, Alayne Ormerod, and Lauren Weitzman

Preface

Introduction: Myths and Realities: Sexual Harassment on Campus
Michele A. Paludi, Marc Grossman, Carole Ann Scott, Joni Kindermann, Susan Matula, Julie Ostwald, Judi Dovan, and Donna Mulcahy

I. Sexual Harassment: Conceptual and Methodological Issues
Editor's Notes

1. Sexual Harassment: The Definition and Measurement of a Construct
Louise F. Fitzgerald

2. The Interface of Racism and Sexism on College Campuses
Darlene C. DeFour

3. The Perils and Promise of Studying Sexist Discrimination in Face-to-Face Situations
Bernice Lott

II. Sexual Harassment: Impact on Cognitive, Physical, and Emotional Well-Being
Editor's Notes

4. Changed Lives: The Psychological Impact of Sexual Harassment
Mary P. Koss

5. The Victimization of Women
Kathryn Quina

6. Coping with Sexual Harassment
Vita C. Rabinowitz

III. Sexual Harassment: A Look at Harassers
Editor's Notes

7. Men Who Harass: Speculation and Data
Louise F. Fitzgerald and Lauren M. Weitzman

8. Men in the Academy: A Psychological Profile of Harassment
Sue Rosenberg Zalk

IV. Handling Complaints of Sexual Harassment on Campus
Editor's Notes

9. In Her Own Voice: One Woman Student's Experiences with Sexual Harassment
Lela Demby

10. Investigating Complaints of Sexual Harassment
Helen Remick, Jan Salisbury, Donna Stringer, and Angela Ginorio

11. Addressing Sexual Harassment: Strategies for Prevention and Change
Mary Kay Biaggio, Deborah Watts, and Arlene Brownell

12. Institutional Strategies: Creating a Sexual Harassment Panel
Dorothy O. Helly

13. Legal Issues
Sandra Shullman and Barbara Watts

V. Appendix

Sample Listing of References on Sexual Harassment on Campus
Suzanne Siegel and Michele A. Paludi

Organizations Concerned with Sexual Harassment on Campus
Carole Ann Scott

Audiovisual Material on Sexual Harassment on Campus
Michele A. Paludi

Sample Workshop Materials for Training Faculty about Sexual Harassment
Michele A. Paludi and Richard Barickman

The Student in the Back Row: Avoiding Sexual Harassment in the Classroom
Sexual Harassment Panel of Hunter College

Training for Faculty in Issues Relating to Sexual Harassment on Campus: A Resource Manual
K.C. Wagner

Sexual Harassment Committee Support Counselor Manual

Contributors

Index

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