A Typology of Personal and Environmental Sexual Harassment : Research and Policy Implications for the 1990 s I

@inproceedings{Gruber2004ATO,
  title={A Typology of Personal and Environmental Sexual Harassment : Research and Policy Implications for the 1990 s I},
  author={James E. Gruber},
  year={2004}
}
Most of the research conducted on sexual harassment over the last decade and a half has used categories that are neither mutually exclusive nor exhaustive. This has created problems for researchers: it is difficult to compare results from one study to another, harassment types that have scholarly and legal-policy relevance are omitted, and the ability of researchers to inform legal and policy decisions is diminished as a result o f these problems. A comprehensive categorization of harassment… CONTINUE READING