This leads to the primary purpose of this paper, which was to examine variousracial-ethnic group differences pertaining to the perception, occurrence, acknowledgement, and measurement of sexual harassment. Specifically, this study investigated whether cultural differences at the individual level account for variation in the perception and acknowledgement of sexual harassment. Further, two sexual harassment measures (i.e., the ESH and the SEQ) were examined to determine their invariance, or lack of, to cultural differences.It is important to note that quid pro quo sexual harassment is more obvious (but not necessarily easier to prove in court) compared to hostile work environment and that more than likely, if a person is enduring quid pro quo harassment then heanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Culturally Sensitive Examination of Sexual Harassment Experiences, Acknowledgement and Measurement|
|Author||:||Stephanie D. Swindler|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|