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2015

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“Everyone Is Doing It”: When Did Teenage Peer Sexual Harassment Become “Normal”?, Kathleen Phillips, Misty Rhoads, Lauri J. Deruiter-Willems, Shelia Simons, Richard Cavanaugh, Katrina Werner Oct 2015

“Everyone Is Doing It”: When Did Teenage Peer Sexual Harassment Become “Normal”?, Kathleen Phillips, Misty Rhoads, Lauri J. Deruiter-Willems, Shelia Simons, Richard Cavanaugh, Katrina Werner

Lauri J. DeRuiter-Willems

A disturbing trend involves the ambivalence of students towards actions and behaviors of sexual harassment that they consider “normal”. This poster explores perceptions among teens concerning acceptance of peer-peer sexually implicit actions and behaviors.


“Everyone Is Doing It”: When Did Teenage Peer Sexual Harassment Become “Normal”?, Kathleen Phillips, Misty Rhoads, Lauri J. Deruiter-Willems, Shelia Simons, Richard Cavanaugh, Katrina Werner Oct 2015

“Everyone Is Doing It”: When Did Teenage Peer Sexual Harassment Become “Normal”?, Kathleen Phillips, Misty Rhoads, Lauri J. Deruiter-Willems, Shelia Simons, Richard Cavanaugh, Katrina Werner

Kathleen Phillips

A disturbing trend involves the ambivalence of students towards actions and behaviors of sexual harassment that they consider “normal”. This poster explores perceptions among teens concerning acceptance of peer-peer sexually implicit actions and behaviors.


“Everyone Is Doing It”: When Did Teenage Peer Sexual Harassment Become “Normal”?, Kathleen Phillips, Misty Rhoads, Lauri J. Deruiter-Willems, Shelia Simons, Richard Cavanaugh, Katrina Werner Oct 2015

“Everyone Is Doing It”: When Did Teenage Peer Sexual Harassment Become “Normal”?, Kathleen Phillips, Misty Rhoads, Lauri J. Deruiter-Willems, Shelia Simons, Richard Cavanaugh, Katrina Werner

Sheila Simons

A disturbing trend involves the ambivalence of students towards actions and behaviors of sexual harassment that they consider “normal”. This poster explores perceptions among teens concerning acceptance of peer-peer sexually implicit actions and behaviors.