The (un)reasonableness of reporting: antecedents and consequences of reporting sexual harassment.

@article{Bergman2002TheO,
  title={The (un)reasonableness of reporting: antecedents and consequences of reporting sexual harassment.},
  author={M. Bergman and R. Langhout and P. Palmieri and L. Cortina and L. Fitzgerald},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={87 2},
  pages={
          230-42
        }
}
This study places the reporting of sexual harassment within an integrated model of the sexual harassment process. Two structural models were developed and tested in a sample (N = 6,417) of male and female military personnel. The 1st model identifies determinants and effects of reporting; reporting did not improve--and at times worsened--job, psychological, and health outcomes. The authors argue that organizational responses to reports (i.e., organizational remedies, organizational minimization… Expand
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