Gender harassment: broadening our understanding of sex-based harassment at work.

@article{Leskinen2011GenderHB,
  title={Gender harassment: broadening our understanding of sex-based harassment at work.},
  author={Emily A Leskinen and Lilia M Cortina and Dana B Kabat},
  journal={Law and human behavior},
  year={2011},
  volume={35 1},
  pages={25-39}
}
This study challenges the common legal and organizational practice of privileging sexual advance forms of sex-based harassment, while neglecting gender harassment. Survey data came from women working in two male-dominated contexts: the military and the legal profession. Their responses to the Sexual Experiences Questionnaire (SEQ) revealed five typical profiles of harassment: low victimization, gender harassment, gender harassment with unwanted sexual attention, moderate victimization, and high… CONTINUE READING