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Analysis of Sexual Harassment Sexual harassment is one of the biggest problems facing our schools and businesses today A week rarely goes by without a reminder of the pervasiveness of sexual harassment as a social problem Sexual harassment is a growing problem in the government agencies schools and the corporations of the world however many corporations are now adopting new anti-harassment policiesConta The definition of sexual harassment is any unwanted or inappropriate sexual attention That includes touching looks comments or gestures A key part of sexual harassment is that it is one sided and unwanted There is a great difference between sexual harassment and romance or friendship since those are mutual feelings of two people Often sexual harassment makes the victim feel guilty but it is important for the victim to remember that it is not their fault the fault lies totally on the person who is the harasser Many times fear is involved in sexual harassment because it isnt about physical attraction its about power In fact many sexual harassment incidents take place when one person is in a position of power over the other or when a woman has an untraditional job such as a police officer factory worker business executive or any other traditionally male job Typical victims of harassment are young single college-educated members of a minority racial or ethnic group if male in a trainee position or office clerical positions if male or have an immediate supervisor of the opposite sex Cq researcher 542 Presently it is hard for courts and others to decide when sexual harassment has taken place because the definition of sexual harassment is much too broad Clearing up the legal definition of sexual harassment would discourage and
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