Title page for ETD etd-04142009-040723
|Type of Document
||Long, Denise A.
||Perceptions of sexual harassment in the workplace :impact of gender, psychological androgyny, and job status
||Master of Science
|Sgro, Joseph A.
|Zaccaro, Stephen J.
|Foti, Roseanne J.
|Hauenstein, Neil M. A.
- Sex discrimination in employment
|Date of Defense
Sexual harassment has serious implications for both the
individual and the organization. However, there appears to
be confusion among different groups of people as to what
behaviors constitute sexual harassment. The present study
was designed as an aid in defining sexual harassment and an
attempt to discover any differences which may exist between
groups in what is considered to be sexual harassment.
Perceiving certain behaviors as being sexual harassment
appears to be related to several factors, among them gender,
job status or power. This study consisted of a 2 (Gender) x
4 (Salary) design. The subjects for the study were 250
non-academic employees of a large state university. The
investigator examined differences between groups using a
four-part anonymous questionnaire.
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