Sexual Harassment on Campus
Most countries’ legal systems protect women from sexually harassment but there is no guarantee that this is good enough to prevent women from being sexually abused in the community or in the workplace. Understanding the phenomenon and how it operates is the first step toward solving the sexual harassment problem in the work place.
Sexual harassment includes a variety of behaviours and may occur within a variety of relationships, including relationships between persons of the same or different genders or persons of equal or unequal power.
Harassment may also be implied by unwelcome physical contact; sexual remarks about a person’s clothing, body or sexual relations; conversations or jokes and stories of a sexual nature; or use in the classroom of sexually explicit materials which are inappropriate or without defensible educational purpose.
This study conducted on female students to discover the level of the sexual harassment on the university campus. The study also examined that the sources of the sexual harassment as well as the response of the victims. With this study we also aimed to point that there is need to strengthen the institution’s policies to control sexual harassment in the university campus. In this study we used a sexual harassment questionnaire form.
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Journal of the World Universities Forum, Volume 2, Issue 4, pp.21-40.
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Professor, PhD., Faculty of Economics and Administration,, Department of Labour Economy and Industrial Relations,, Sub department of Management&Work Psychology, Uludag University, Bursa, Turkey
Serpil Aytac graduated from Hacettepe University,
Department of Social Work. She studied child abuse and
received her Ph.D. degree in 1986. She has been a professor
at the sub department of Management and Work Psychology at
Uludag University, Bursa since 2002, Uludag University.
She worked as a visiting professor multiple times at the
RMIT University, Australia, multiple times. She is
currently working on Organizational Behavior,Psychology of
Work and Industry, Criminology, Workplace Violence, Job
Satisfaction, Motivation, Bulling,Job Stress, Career
Planning, HRM, Ergonomics and Creativity.
Professor Dr., Subdepartment of Statistics, Department of Econometrics, Faculty of Economics and Administration, Uludag University, Bursa, Turkey
Mustafa Aytac graduated from Middle East Technical University (ODTU), Department of Mathematics-Statistics in 1976. He received his Ph.D. degree in 1982. He has been a Professor at the Department of Econometrics at Uludag University since 1977. He is currently studying on linear and non-linear multivariate statistical analysis, categorical data analysis, Sampling method, data mining and mathematical statistics.
Master of Science Student, Faculty of Economics and Administration, Department of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, Uludag University, Bursa, Turkey
Oguz Basol graduated from Cukurova University, Department of Econometrics in 2008 with first degree. He is a master student in Uludag University at the Department of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations. He studied as an Erasmus student at Minho University, Portugal at 2005-2006 academic year. He is studying on management and work psychology.
Deputy Head - Learning and Teaching, School of Global Studies, Social Science and Planning, RMIT University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
As Deputy Head Learning & Teaching I report to the Dean of School and have a close working relationship with the College Dean of Academic Development. The focus of this position is on leadership through influencing, facilitation, mentoring, strategy development, policy implementation and change management.
As Deputy Head Learning & Teaching I oversee all teaching & learning activity across both sectors (VET and HE) and all fund sources (onshore, offshore, industry training).
In this position I am responsible for development of a school wide policy and strategy developed to reflect University and College strategic directions in relation to teaching and learning.
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