International Perspectives on Sexual Harassment of College Students

@article{Paludi2006InternationalPO,
  title={International Perspectives on Sexual Harassment of College Students},
  author={Michele Antoinette Paludi and Rudy V. Nydegger and Eros R. DeSouza and Liesl A. Nydegger and Kelsey Allen Dicker},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2006},
  volume={1087}
}
Abstract:  The incidence, psychological dimensions, reporting, and impact of sexual harassment of college students throughout the world are reviewed. Special attention is paid to methodological constraints in conducting cross‐cultural research in sexual harassment, including difficulty in securing research participants, different methodologies to collect incidence data, use of retrospective data, and varying, definitions of sexual harassment. Recommendations for implementing intervention… 
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