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Burn, Shawn Meghan – Teaching of Psychology, 2019
Sexual harassment (SH) occurs when people are targets of unwanted sexual comments, sexual gestures, or sexual actions because of their actual or perceived gender, gender expression, or sexual orientation. Due to its frequency and harmful effects on people and organizations, and because it is often a symptom of social inequalities, SH is of concern…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Sexual Harassment, Psychology, Social Differences
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Wood, Leila; Moylan, Carrie – Journal of Social Work Education, 2017
Increasing student safety is an important part of Title IX compliance for colleges and universities. Sexual harassment is an all too common experience for college students, although little is known about incidences in social work field placements. The extent of training and preparation received by students from social work program and field…
Descriptors: Social Work, Counselor Training, Sexual Harassment, Placement
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Mansfield, Katherine Cumings; Beck, Amy Gray; Fung, Kakim; Montiel, Marta; Goldman, Madeline – Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 2017
Gender discrimination and sexual harassment persist on college campuses across the United States. This seems especially obvious at the beginning of the academic year when many freshman women and their parents are welcomed to campus with sexually explicit signs displayed on all-male residences. But, sometimes, sexual harassment and gender…
Descriptors: Gender Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Administrator Role, College Students
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Goldschmidt-Gjerløw, Beate; Trysnes, Irene – Human Rights Education Review, 2020
Based on a case study of verbal sexual harassment experienced by a young female teacher and her 17-year-old student in a Norwegian upper secondary school, this article addresses challenges and strengths of drawing upon negative experiences of 'lived injustice' in class, arguing that such experiences can serve as a resource for education about,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Sexual Harassment, Verbal Communication, Secondary School Students
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Lindquist, Christine; McKay, Tasseli – RTI International, 2018
In a qualitative study of 40 women faculty in sciences, engineering, and medicine, respondents at all career levels and fields reported a range of sexual harassment experiences, including gender-based harassment (e.g., gendered insults, lewd comments), unwanted sexual advances, stalking, and sexual assault by a colleague. Sexual harassment…
Descriptors: Sexual Harassment, Women Faculty, Females, Science Education
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Phipps, Alison – Gender and Education, 2020
This paper situates sexual harassment and violence in the neoliberal university. Using data from a 'composite ethnography' representing twelve years of research, I argue that institutional inaction on these issues reflects how they are 'reckoned up' in the context of gender and other structures. The impact of disclosure is projected in market…
Descriptors: Sexual Harassment, Rape, Universities, Neoliberalism
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Skoog, Therése; Bayram Özdemir, Sevgi – Journal of Early Adolescence, 2016
In this study, we tested two competing explanations of the previously established link between early female puberty and sexual harassment in early adolescence. The sample included 680 seventh-grade Swedish girls (M[subscript age] = 13.40, SD = 0.53). Findings revealed that looking more sexually mature and being sexually active mediated the link…
Descriptors: Sexual Harassment, Early Adolescents, Risk, Maturity (Individuals)
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Jones, Ashleigh; Merrin, Gabriel Joey; Charmaraman, Linda; Espelage, Dorothy L. – AERA Online Paper Repository, 2016
This longitudinal mixed method study of middle school students examines individual, peer, and school climate influences on sexual harassment (SH) victimization. Student interviews offered examples of what we would define as SH but did not themselves define it as such. Teacher-related and peer-related factors were an overarching theme in school…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Sexual Harassment, Victims, Peer Relationship
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Lorenz, Katherine; Kirkner, Anne; Mazar, Laurel – Journal of Women and Gender in Higher Education, 2019
Graduate students are in a unique position where they are both university employees and students, causing a complex power differential. Experiences of harassment specific to graduate students are understudied but require attention. The present study focuses on harassment experiences of graduate students by exploring the prevalence of graduate…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Student Experience, Sexual Harassment, Learner Engagement
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Carrillo, April; Crittenden, Courtney; Garland, Tammy – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2019
Consensual sexual relationships (CSR) between faculty and students at universities are a growing issue for administrators. Often times, administrators view these relationships as potential sexual harassment cases given the power disparities that often exist between the parties involved. Therefore, many universities have written policies…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, College Faculty, College Students, Teacher Student Relationship
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Mahlangu, Vimbi Petrus – Bulgarian Comparative Education Society, 2017
This paper highlights legal understanding of quid pro quo sexual harassment in schools. Quid pro quo sexual harassment implies abuse of authority or position to gain something sexual. A duty of care rests on teachers, Schools Governing Bodies and the Department of Education to provide and maintain safe schools that are free from all forms of…
Descriptors: Sexual Harassment, Guidelines, Bullying, Educational Environment
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Lundy-Wagner, Valerie; Winkle-Wagner, Rachelle – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2013
In this conceptual paper, the authors discuss how research about sexual harassment and campus racial climates for undergraduate students is relegated to separate silos. Drawing on intersectionality and critical race feminist frameworks, the authors juxtapose these strands of research with attention to ethnicity/race and gender, highlighting how…
Descriptors: Research Methodology, College Environment, Undergraduate Students, Sexual Harassment
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Charmaraman, Linda; Jones, Ashleigh E.; Stein, Nan; Espelage, Dorothy L. – Journal of School Health, 2013
Background: This study fills a gap in the literature by examining how school staff members view bullying and sexual harassment and their role in preventing both. Given recent legislation, increasingly more attention is paid to bully prevention; however, student-on-student sexual harassment is less addressed. Methods: Four focus groups were…
Descriptors: Bullying, Teacher Role, Sexual Harassment, Middle School Teachers
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Fasting, Kari; Chroni, Stiliani; Knorre, Nada – Sport, Education and Society, 2014
The study investigates whether sport is an especially risky environment for sexual harassment to occur. It explores female students' experiences of sexual harassment in organized sport and compares them with their experiences in formal education, by addressing the following research questions: (1) Are there any differences in female sport…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Sexual Harassment, Physical Education, Student Experience
Lichtwark, Irene; Drysdale, Jen – Australian Government Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency, 2020
Good practice notes offer practical advice and examples of good practice to guide operations in regard to specific, higher education issues. The good practice notes are intended to support and promote the quality assurance approaches of providers. This Good Practice Note is intended to support higher education providers to better understand,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Sexual Abuse, Sexual Harassment
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