DOES SEXUAL OBJECTIFICATION ENTAIL INSTITUTIONAL POWER IMBALANCES IN ORGANIZATIONS?

Author:Rumrill, Jessica
Position:Report
 
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  1. Introduction

  2. Literature Review

  3. Methodology

    Using and replicating data from Barna, Bucknell Institute for Public Policy, GEH, Raliance, Statista, Stop Street Harassment, and YouGov, we performed analyses and made estimates regarding the prevalence of sexual harassment and assault in the United States, share of U.S. adults who have been victims of sexual harassment (by gender), and the percentage who think that, in the future, the #MeToo movement will lead men to be less likely to mentor women at their workplace.

  4. Results and Discussion

    Feminism as a normalizing realm of reparation and hope is tremendously alive in current memory. The recent #MeToo movement has substantiated how knowledge and authority are intricately interwoven in unbelievable manners. (Lukose, 2018) In a pre-#MeToo framework, executives were inclined to think that their employer would be hesitant to dismiss them, and would not reveal their firing publicly, as it would affect the employer's reputation decisively, and also supposed that they might be hard to substitute, and that the deficit of returns...

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