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Newsletter Vol.22 No.4 1993, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Nov 1994

Newsletter Vol.22 No.4 1993, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

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Newsletter Vol.22 No.3 1994, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Sep 1994

Newsletter Vol.22 No.3 1994, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

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Newsletter Vol.22 No.2 1994, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Apr 1994

Newsletter Vol.22 No.2 1994, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

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Newsletter Vol.22 No.1 1994, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions Jan 1994

Newsletter Vol.22 No.1 1994, National Center For The Study Of Collective Bargaining In Higher Education And The Professions

National Center Newsletters

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A Burkean Analysis Of The Rhetoric Of Sexual Harassment: An Examination Of The Polarization Of Attitudes Related To Consensual Relationships On Campus, Loretta Lovelace Wiman Jan 1994

A Burkean Analysis Of The Rhetoric Of Sexual Harassment: An Examination Of The Polarization Of Attitudes Related To Consensual Relationships On Campus, Loretta Lovelace Wiman

Masters Theses

A history of sexual harassment traces the recognition and development of the issue as a social problem in the workplace and on college campuses. A review of research literature reveals both percentages of students involved and the effects on those students of academic or teacher/student sexual harassment. A brief overview of institutional policy statements shows that some colleges/universities have responded to the issue with a ban on all consensual amorous relationships between teachers and students; some ban such relationships only when a supervisory relationship also exists, and some do neither. Some policies include sanctions on those who violate ...