Published January 31, 1997
by Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
The book covers all educational levels and gives special focus to sexual harassment occurring during off-campus activities and to the problem of peer harassment. It guides the reader through existing policies, procedures, and educational programs from around the country, and lists case studies based on the author’s actual experiences. The Sexual Experiences Questionnaire (SEQ) designed by Fitzgerald, Gelfand, and Drasgow () was used to assess sexual harassment experiences. A majority of respondents reported experiencing at least one sexual harassment behaviour exhibited by a faculty member during their graduate school . This book is an invaluable resource for parents, educators and school administration officials. It should be a required reference for school districts writing code of conduct policies so their documentation can help support and protect students from sexual harassment and bullying/5. The book begins noting that sexual harassment is a real problem for girls and young women and avoids polemic by using the Girls for Gender Equity in New York as the case study. But, this is not some academic tome swooping into a community and then leaving in order to tell the story/5(12).
Sexual Harassment on Campus: "He's Just a Pervert and Everybody Knows It!" By Washington, Federickia; Kahla, Marlene C.; Crocker, Robert M Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, Vol. 21, No. 6, August Sexual harassment in schools is a way of expressing and confirming masculinity within a heterosexualised racial and gender order. Considered a seminal young adult book that tackles sexual assault, this novel follows a teenage Melinda Sordino during her freshman year of high school. She is ostracized by her peers after. This book provides parents, teachers, school officials, and others with a framework comparing and contrasting sexual harassment and bullying as they relate to the behavior, laws, and impact on children.5/5(6).
Boards must also increase awareness that sexual harassment is unlawful, irrespective of the sex of the harasser and victim, or whether they share the same gender. Sexual Harassment of Students by Board Employees. In recent years, school districts have faced increasing investigative and reporting responsibilities in the area of sexual harassment. School administrators and staff, as well as students, need to be aware of personal interactions in the school setting that could lead to inappropriate sexual relationships and sexual harassment litigation. The court ruling on cluelessness shows that school staff seem to have a duty to be suspicious and investigate any suspicions they have. Sexual harassment has been taking place in the schools for years, but only recently has it begun to get the attention it deserves. Some have called such attention an overreaction to normal adolescent behavior, but sexual harassment can inflict deep psychological damage on young people. Since girls and women are more often the victims of sexual harassment and abuse, this book can help you find relatable scenarios for the boys in your classes. Since this book is filled with case.