, Black women experience high rates of forced and coerced sex across all ages ( McCauley, Campbell, Buchanan, & Moylan, 2019 ), an increased risk of being targets of violence in their homes, disproportionate rates of sexual and racial harassment at work
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and life history strategy predict perceptions and reasoning about sexual harassment . Personality and Individual Differences , 72 , 195 – 199 . http://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2014.09.002
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Authors:Philip Nielsen, Nicolas Favez, Howard Liddle, and Henk Rigter
, sexual harassment, and porn) rather than on PIU or POG. Case reports, literature reviews, and meta-analyses were not considered.
We focused on youths between 12 and 19 years of age. If these adolescents were part of a sample with a wider age
Authors:Manuel Gámez-Guadix, Erika Borrajo, and Carmen Almendros
considered a risky online behavior among adolescents that has been associated with experiences of sexual grooming (i.e., sexual harassment of children via the Internet performed by adults; Williams, Elliott, & Beech, 2013 ) and may result in offline assault
Authors:Giovanni Luca Palmisano, Marco Innamorati, and Johan Vanderlinden
childhood, adolescence and adulthood, which include emotional abuse, physical abuse, sexual abuse, sexual harassment, rape, bullying by peers, witnessing domestic violence, and serious accidents that threatened the lives of subjects. Exposure to violence in
. [MnOxB1]. 2 For those who seek democratic reforms, it is also clear that such courage/dissent is met with harassment and sometimes extreme violence. Ci, którzy domagają się demokratycznych reform również dobrze wiedzą, że taka odwaga / odmienność
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( 1999 ). Organizational status and perceived sexual harassment: Detecting the mediators of a null effect . Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 25 ( 9 ), 1159 – 1171 . doi: 10.1177/01461672992512009 10