In recent years many colleges have responded to the problem of sexual harassment of students and workers in various ways that do not address certain structural conditions underlying the problem. Frances Hoffmann provides a feminist critique of the problem of sexual harassment and of the institutional responses to it. She also offers guidelines for formulating policies and procedures that make clear connections between sexual harassment and social/cultural conditions and that empower victims and potential victims.
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Research Article| January 05 2011
Sexual Harassment in Academia: Feminist Theory and Institutional Practice
Harvard Educational Review (1986) 56 (2): 105–122.
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Frances Hoffmann; Sexual Harassment in Academia: Feminist Theory and Institutional Practice. Harvard Educational Review 1 July 1986; 56 (2): 105–122. doi: https://doi.org/10.17763/haer.56.2.y11m78k58t4052x2
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