Last spring, students in a Child Development and Family Relations Research Methods class conducted a random survey among third- and fourth-year male students at the University of Maine to begin to determine the rate of sexual harassment on campus and the men's perceptions of sexual harassment. The 14-women who designated the survey were well-versed in the liturature concerning sexual harassment. All of them had first-hand knowledge of harassmenet.
Maine Perspective, "Research Methods Class Releases Results of Survey on the Male Perspective of Sexual Harassment" (1991). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 724.
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