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      Measuring sexual harassment in the military: The Sexual Experiences Questionnaire (SEQ—DoD).

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      Military Psychology
      Informa UK Limited

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          The incidence and dimensions of sexual harassment in academia and the workplace

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              Antecedents and consequences of sexual harassment in organizations: a test of an integrated model.

              Sexual harassment of women in organizational settings has recently become a topic of interest to researchers and the general public alike. Although numerous studies document its frequency, the development of conceptual models identifying antecedents and consequences of harassment has proceeded at a slower pace. In this article, an empirical test of a recently proposed conceptual model is described. According to the model, organizational climate for sexual harassment and job gender context are critical antecedents of sexual harassment; harassment, in turn, influences work-related variables (e.g., job satisfaction); psychological states (e.g., anxiety and depression); and physical health. On the basis of a sample of women employed at a large, regulated utility company, the model's predictions were generally supported.
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                Journal
                Military Psychology
                Military Psychology
                Informa UK Limited
                1532-7876
                0899-5605
                1999
                1999
                : 11
                : 3
                : 243-263
                Article
                10.1207/s15327876mp1103_3
                a3739b6d-7f93-433b-8760-f6f44103d8b8
                © 1999
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