Sexual Harassment: Prevalence, Outcomes, and Gender Differences Assessed by Three Different Estimation Methods

@article{Nielsen2010SexualHP,
  title={Sexual Harassment: Prevalence, Outcomes, and Gender Differences Assessed by Three Different Estimation Methods},
  author={Morten Birkeland Nielsen and Brita Bj{\o}rkelo and Guy Notelaers and St{\aa}le Valvatne Einarsen},
  journal={Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment \& Trauma},
  year={2010},
  volume={19},
  pages={252 - 274}
}
This study investigates gender differences in prevalence and effects of sexual harassment using three different estimation methods. In a representative sample of 2,349 Norwegian employees, 1.1% self-labeled as targets of sexual harassment, whereas 18.4% reported exposure to sexually harassing behaviors during the last six months. When employing latent class cluster analysis as a method for estimating prevalence of sexual harassment, 2.2% could be classified as targets of frequent harassment and… 
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