3.1: Discuss the various definitions (Powell, pp. 153-156) and experiences
(Powell pp. 159-161) of sexual harassment.
3.2: Evaluate the evolutionary, sociol cultural, organizational,
gender role spillover, and individual differences models of sexual
harassment (Powell, pp. 156-159). Which model seem most
accurate to you and why?
3.3: Outline the parameters of sexual harassment described by the
EEOC (Florence, pp. 60-63). Describe how and when an employer
is liable for damages (Florence, pp. 64-68).
3.4: Discuss the various elements of the key precedent decision for
Sexual harassment (Florence, pp. 68-73).
3.5: Explain how the Supreme Court broadened the scope of Title VII
(Florence, pp. 73-76), and the significance of these rulings.
3.6: Discuss the issue of sexual harassment by women (Florence,
(pp. 78-81). Do the motives of men vs. women who harass
differ? Justify your answer.
3.7: Describe the steps to stopping sexual harassment (Florence,
pp. 85-89). Are these steps effective? Why or why not?
3.8: Describe common beliefs and explanations regarding workplace
romances (Powell, pp. 161-168). Present your own views concerning
organizational romances and cite justification for your views.
3.9: Discuss the role of organizational culture in dealing with issues of
sexual harassment and organizational romances (Powell, pp. 168-17).
3.10: If you were the leader of an organization, what would be your policies
regarding organizational romances? Explain your reasoning.