SEXUALITY IN THE WORKPLACE: Organizational Control, Sexual Harassment, and the Pursuit of Pleasure

@article{Williams1999SEXUALITYIT,
  title={SEXUALITY IN THE WORKPLACE: Organizational Control, Sexual Harassment, and the Pursuit of Pleasure},
  author={C. Williams and P. Giuffre and Kirsten Dellinger},
  journal={Review of Sociology},
  year={1999},
  volume={25},
  pages={73-93}
}
  • C. Williams, P. Giuffre, Kirsten Dellinger
  • Published 1999
  • Sociology
  • Review of Sociology
  • ▪ Abstract Flirting, bantering, and other sexual interactions are commonplace in work organizations. Not all of these interactions constitute harassment or assault; consensual sexual relationships, defined as those reflecting positive and autonomous expressions of workers' sexual desire, are also prevalent in the workplace and are the focus of this paper. We begin by reviewing research on the distinction between sexual harassment and sexual consent. Next we examine popular and business… CONTINUE READING
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