Still Second Class

@article{Rosenthal2016StillSC,
  title={Still Second Class},
  author={Marina N. Rosenthal and Alec M Smidt and Jennifer J. Freyd},
  journal={Psychology of Women Quarterly},
  year={2016},
  volume={40},
  pages={364 - 377}
}
We surveyed 525 graduate students (61.7% females and 38.3% males) regarding their exposure to sexual and gender-based harassing events. Thirty-eight percent of female and 23.4% of male participants self-reported that they had experienced sexual harassment from faculty or staff; 57.7% of female and 38.8% of male participants reported they had experienced sexual harassment from other students. We explored the relation between sexual harassment and negative outcomes (trauma symptoms, campus safety… 

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