We’re More Passive Than We Predict When Sexually Harassed, New Study Shows
Published: November 5, 2012 / Author: Mendoza College
When confronted with sexual harassment, we don’t stand up for ourselves to the extent we believe we will, and because we use false predictions as a benchmark, we condemn others who are passive in the face of sexual harassment, according to a new study co-authored by Ann Tenbrunsel, professor of business ethics at the University of Notre Dame.
In “Double Victimization in the Workplace: Why Observers Condemn Passive Victims of Sexual Harassment,” forthcoming in Organization Science, Tenbrunsel and researchers from the University of Utah and Brigham Young and Northwestern universities conducted five studies that explored observers’ condemnation of passive victims.
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