Trends in Diversity
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We examine experiences of and responses to harassment in one university setting. Data come from a 2011 survey of 338 faculty at a mid-sized land grant university (LGU). While rates of harassment at LGU do not vary considerably from those found elsewhere, rates of mobilization in response to harassment differ quite dramatically from those found in prior studies. Nearly all (97.8%) of those who experienced harassment reported having spoken with someone about their experience, be it human resources, a union representative, a family member, a friend, or some other source of support. Findings from the survey, based on analysis of responses to open- and closed-ended harassment questions, suggest that institutions should consider targeting supportive others for training, prevention, and awareness-raising. Programming in bystander intervention is also recommended.
Blackstone, Amy and Gardner, Susan K., "Mobilization in Response to WorkplaceHarassment: Lessons from One University Setting" (2018). Rising Tide Faculty Scholarship. 5.
Blackstone, Amy and Gardner, Susan K. "Mobilization in Response to Workplace Harassment: Lessons from One University Setting,"Trends in Diversity: Vol. 1 : Iss. 1 , Article
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