Male and female responses to ambiguous instructor behaviors

Garlick, Rick
January 1994
Sex Roles;Jan94, Vol. 30 Issue 1-2, p135
Academic Journal
Studies the responses of males and females to ambiguous instructor behavior. Prevalence of sexual harassment within academic environments; Rating of immediacy behaviors of instructors; Comparison of cognitive and affective responses to ambiguous behaviors; Reports of gender differences in perceptions of harassments; Maintenance of professional distance between students and instructors.


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