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Week 5 Notes Continued

by: Sydney Thornton

Week 5 Notes Continued POLI 452 001

Sydney Thornton
Arkansas Tech University

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Sexual Harassment
The Judicial Process
Mr. Pennington
Class Notes
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sydney Thornton on Thursday February 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to POLI 452 001 at Arkansas Tech University taught by Mr. Pennington in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see The Judicial Process in Political Science at Arkansas Tech University.

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Date Created: 02/11/16
Employment Continued  Discrimination based on Sex o Must treat men and women equally o Cannot have rules for one gender and not the other *  Grooming standards *  Sexual Harassment­ form of sex discrimination o 85% of sexual harassment is male to female. o Illegal for women to S.H. men? Yes! o 2 types of sexual harassment:  Quid Pro Quo­ this for that. Characterized by a power relationship:  supervisor to subordinate. Instant Liability. Conduct that was once  welcome can subsequently become unwelcome.   Hostile Environment S.H. – conduct that is sever, persistent or pervasive.  Can be created by 3 parties: peers, supervisors, or unknown third parties: 1. Comments of a sexual nature  2. Repeated offensive flirtations or advances 3. Uninvited physical contact: touching, hugging, patting, pinching 4. Comments about body or clothing 5. Jokes of sexual nature   The HE SH only liable if knew it should have known about sexual  harassment and failed to take immediate corrective action.  o Deliberate Indifference­ doing nothing is always the wrong thing. 


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