Sexual Harassment, Work, and Education brings new and important research to bear on consensual relationships on college campuses, provides new resources for dealing with sexual harassment in elementary and secondary schools, and outlines individualized programs for workplace training. Responding to feedback from readers of the first edition, authors Michele A. Paludi and Richard B. Barickman have joined together again to update and revise their classic sexual harassment resource guide.
This indispensable resource provides sources for audio-visual material and legal references, and includes sample policy statements, investigatory procedures, and examples of training programs in sexual harassment awareness for employees, students, and administrators.
About the Author
Michele A. Paludi is Principal of Paludi & Associates, Consultants in Sexual Harassment. She is the editor of Ivory Power: Sexual Harassment on Campus and Sexual Harassment on College Campuses: Abusing the Ivory Power, author of Exploring/Teaching the Psychology of Women: A Manual of Resources, 2nd Edition; and she is coauthor (with James N. Tedisco) of Missing Children: A Psychological Approach to Understanding the Causes and Consequences of Stranger and Non-Stranger Abduction of Children, all published by SUNY Press.
Richard B. Barickman is Associate Professor and Chair of the English Department at Hunter College, City University of New York. He is coauthor (with Susan MacDonald and Myra Stark) of Corrupt-Relations: Dickens, Thackery, Trollope, Collins, and the Victorian Sexual System.
Table of Contents
1. What to Do if You Believe You Have Been Sexually Harasses: Resources for Individuals
2. Sexual Harassment in Workplaces
3. Sexual Harassment on College Campuses
4. Sexual Harassment in K-12
Appendix I. Additional Resources for Trainers, Counselors, and Administrators
Appendix II. Sexual Harassment and the Law: Resources and Remedies