Originally published in 1998, Sexual Harassment in Higher Education addresses the problem of sexual harassment on college campuses. This work reflects on a variety of aspects of sexual harassment, its litigation and law, as well as how the issues they demonstrate often have as much to do with linguistics or jurisprudence as with negative action, though there is a great deal of evidence of the latter. The book provides a clear-eyed and detailed assessment of the 'harassment' controversies now plaguing America's universities and colleges.
Series Editor’s Preface
1. Unfinished Business: The Evolution of an Issue
2. Making Shelter: Institutional Responsibility
3. Of Butterflies and Birds: Helping Women Deal with Sexual Harassment
4. Male Students: The Invisible Casualties
5. Losing the Way: The Myths of Consent
6. Facing the Future: Common Sense and Professionalism
Appendix: Selected Cases
The volumes in this set, originally published between 1964 and 2002, draw together research by leading academics in the area of higher education, and provide a rigorous examination of related key issues. The volume examines the concepts of learning, teaching, student experience and administration in relation to the higher education through the areas of business, sociology, education reforms, government, educational policy, business and religion, whilst also exploring the general principles and practices of higher education in various countries. This set will be of particular interest to students and practitioners of education, politics and sociology.