Author: Catharine A. MacKinnonPublish On: 1979-01-01
The results of her effort are mixed. The book is at times fresh and challenging, at times needlessly provocative. -- https://www.jstor.org (Sep. 30, 2016).
Author: Catharine A. MacKinnon
Publisher: Yale University Press
A comprehensive legal theory is needed to prevent the persistence of sexual harassment. Although requiring sexual favors as a quid pro quo for job retention or advancement clearly is unjust, the task of translating that obvious statement into legal theory is difficult. To do so, one must define sexual harassment and decide what the law's role in addressing harassment claims should be. In Sexual Harassment of Working Women,' Catharine Mac-Kinnon attempts all of this and more. In making a strong case that sexual harassment is sex discrimination and that a legal remedy should be available for it, the book proposes a new standard for evaluating all practices claimed to be discriminatory on the basis of sex. Although MacKinnon's "inequality" theory is flawed and its implications are not considered sufficiently, her formulation of it makes the book a significant contribution to the literature of sex discrimination. MacKinnon calls upon the law to eliminate not only sex dis- crimination but also most instances of sexism from society. She uses traditional theories in an admittedly strident manner, and relies upon both traditional and radical-feminist sources. The results of her effort are mixed. The book is at times fresh and challenging, at times needlessly provocative. -- https://www.jstor.org (Sep. 30, 2016).
Sharon Toffey Shepela and Laurie L. Levesque , " Poisoned Waters : Sexual Harassment and the College Climate , " 38 Sex Roles 589 , 608 ( 1998 ) , citing a communication ... See MacKinnon , Sexual Harassment of Working Women , 119 .
Author: Mane Hajdin
Publisher: Susquehanna University Press
No previous familiarity with the law of sexual harassment is assumed, other than the general knowledge that any casual reader of newspapers is bound to have. The book is devoted to arguments that are addressed to all open-minded readers who wish to think about the topic critically."--BOOK JACKET.
Sexual Harassment of Working Women: A Case of Sex Discrimination. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press; 1979.  Loy PH, Stewart LP. The extent and effects of the sexual harassment of working women. Journal of Sociological Focus.
Author: R. C. Jiloha
Publisher: SAGE Publishing India
This book seeks to impart comprehensive understanding of the psychological and social impact of sexual harassment.
Despite the strengthening of the Equal Treatment Act, women's groups were critical of it because they believed that, ... In response to the rising importance of sexual harassment to working women in Austria, feminists within the trade ...
Author: Mia Cahill
This title was first published in 2001. The global legal landscape is littered with attempts to provide context and meaning for sexual harassment law. Most have failed because they have limited themselves to the mere words of law. This cross-national study is the first to expand our notion of sexual harassment law and implementation by exposing the relationship between law and its social context, demonstrating how this fundamentally influences legal understandings and outcomes. Taking a unique theoretical approach, this book explores perceptions of law within national, corporate and the individual contexts, analyzing the potentials of each level to influence the social understanding of law and the wider role of law in society itself. The result is a pioneering work of fresh insight which will appeal to a broad range of academic disciplines.
The 1980 guidelines39 Sexual Harassment Under Federal law , sexual harassment is a discriminatory , and therefore ... EEOC guidelines define sexual harassment as follows : In her groundbreaking book , Sexual Harassment of Working Women ...
Author: DIANE Publishing CompanyPublish On: 1997-03
challenged a Missouri law under which all persons who leave work for reasons not causally connected to the work or the employer are disqualified from ... Sexual Harassment of Working Women , Catharine MacKinnon defined sexual harassment ...
Author: DIANE Publishing Company
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Offers a comprehensive view of the labor force activity of women & describes a range of legal & socioeconomic developments that have impacted upon women's participation & progress in the work force. Contents: women in the work force; occupations of WW; women's earnings & income; minority WW; women business owners; changing family structures & lifestyles; shifting patterns in education & training; the changing face of industry; the aging population; occupational safety & health; legal rights of WW; projections of interest to WW; & more.
He said that when a man makes a fool of himself over a woman 20 years younger , she will be fired in the final reckoning . ... As Sexual Harassment on the Job advised , “ The problem of sexual harassment for working women is not truly ...
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: Employer Liability for a Sexually Hostile Environment (Blanchard-article), 85 Sexual ... 50 Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (Women's Legal Defense Fund), 50 Sexual Harassment of Working Women, ...
Author: Robert C Berring
Category: Family & Relationships
Here is a valuable guide that saves researchers investigating sexual harassment in the workplace enormous amounts of time and money. Focusing on the hostile environment claim under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Women and Sexual Harassment is a complete resource tool. In one easy-to-use volume, it provides a detailed background and history of the hostile environment claim as well as an extensive guide on how to use and where to find the best resources available on this topic. Unlike some legal books, Chan’s book does not require cover-to-cover reading to access pertinent information. Anyone, whether they are interested in the specifics of the hostile environment claim or sexual harassment in general, will be able to locate the information they’re looking for with the help of this handy guide. It saves enormous amounts of time, effort, and money for researchers by providing extensive listings and evaluations of statutes, cases, agency decisions, law review articles, annotations, and books containing information on this subject. Readers can use the book to get a better understanding of the hostile environment claim or use it like a dictionary to pinpoint the specific resources that will be most useful to their area of research. Women and Sexual Harassment is logically divided into five complete parts to make it easy to use: Part 1: Clearly explains how to best use the book to access specific information. Part 2: Describes the history and present state of the hostile environment claim in a manner that is to the point, yet is more thorough than descriptions of the claim found in articles, cases, or other sources. Part 3: Research guide--Directs researchers to the best sources for information, categorized by type and area. Includes tips that will save hours in the library and will help researchers find the most up-to-the-minute articles and cases. Part 4: Bibliography of primary legal sources--Covers statutes, regulations, and case law on the hostile environment claim and sexual harassment. Part 5: Bibliography of secondary sources--Includes books, articles, surveys, and legislative history. The annotated bibliography, broken down by type of source and type of information, not only points researchers in the right direction but also steers them away from sources that seem valuable from their title, but are in fact not worthwhile. The insightful written analysis of the hostile environment claim alone provides researchers unfamiliar with the subject with a clearly written history and definition of the claim, its key elements, employer liability, statute of limitations, remedies, considerations of discovery and evidence, and related claims. Women and Sexual Harassment is an invaluable guide for all types of researchers including victims of sexual harassment considering filing a hostile environment claim, scholars interested in women’s issues, attorneys unfamiliar with this area, employers interested in limiting their liability by taking steps to prevent sexual harassment in their workplaces, and law students in any level of courses related to sex discrimination or sexual harassment.
The Psychological and Legal Implications of Women's Re— sponses to Sexual Harassment,” ]ournal of Social Issues 51 ... Center for Women's Global Leadership, Rutgers University, 1991); MacKinnon, Sexual Harassment of Working Women, 2; ...
Author: Linda LeMoncheck
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
The question of what constitutes sexual harassment—from suggestive remarks to outright threats, from off-color jokes to lewd posters on office walls—is contentious, as is the question of how to address sexual harassment. Do all instances of sexual harassment constitute sex discrimination? Are some instances merely sexual attraction gone wrong? Do social policies aimed at eliminating sexual harassment in the workplace violate freedom of expression or do they make working relationships possible between women and men? In this uncompromising yet respectful debate, two philosophers of widely divergent views present clear arguments and then respond directly to each other's reasoning. LeMonchek argues for a feminist perspective on sexual harassment that is sensitive to the politics of gender. Hajdin contends that this perspective is both morally confusing and legally problematic, and that sexual harassment can be better addressed by traditional moral and legal categories.
Author: United States. Office of Merit Systems Review and StudiesPublish On: 1981
The work of the Alliance Against Sexual Coercion and the Working Women's Institute is reviewed , and comentary is provided on recently published literature . Shank , Kathy . Sexual Harassment : In the Classroom ... On the Job .
Author: United States. Office of Merit Systems Review and Studies