Legal Consciousness and Responses to Sexual Harassment.

  title={Legal Consciousness and Responses to Sexual Harassment.},
  author={Amy M. Blackstone and Christopher Uggen and Heather McLaughlin},
  journal={Law & society review},
  volume={43 3},
Studies of legal mobilization often focus on people who have perceived some wrong, but rarely consider the process that selects them into the pool of potential "mobilizers." Similarly, studies of victimization or targeting rarely go on to consider what people do about the wrong, or why some targets come forward and others remain silent. We here integrate sociolegal, feminist, and criminological theories in a conceptual model that treats experiencing sexual harassment and mobilizing in response… CONTINUE READING

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