Sexuální obtěžování ve vysokoškolském prostředí: Zkušenosti zavádění politik v zahraničí
SEXUAL HARASSMENT AT UNIVERSITIES: THE EXPERIENCE OF POLICIES INTRODUCED ABROAD
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The problem of sexual harassment at universities has been explored in western and mainly American sociology since the mid-1970s. Since then, anti-harassment policies and procedures (including follow-up victim care) have been introduced at most Anglo-Saxon universities designing how to deal with 'harassers' and 'victims'. In the Czech Republic, empirical research on this issue and on university anti-harassment policies is still lacking. The aim of this article is to introduce the methods and procedures employed at Anglo-American universities in an effort to tackle sexual harassment. The experiences of these academic institutions represent an indispensable source of information and inspiration for the Czech higher education environment.
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