Sexual harassment is a controversial and complicated issue on college campuses today. Bringing both philosophical and legal training to the discussion, Leslie Pickering Francis here provides the first full examination of sexual harassment as an ethical issue in education. Francis examines the issues raised by the definition, understanding, and regulation of campus sexual harassment, and addresses arguments that its regulation may conflict with academic freedom and choice in relationships.
Leslie Pickering Francis is professor of law and philosophy at the University of Utah.
Part 1 Part One Chapter 2 Sexual Harassment: The Issues Chapter 3 The Roles of Education, Expression, and Freedom Chapter 4 Sexual Harassment in the Law Chapter 5 Sexual Harassment as a Moral Wrong: Assaults, Threats, and Offers Chapter 6 The Wrongs of Sexual Harassment: Seductive Behavior and Gender Harassment Chapter 7 Consensual Sex on Campus Chapter 8 Sexual Harassment Policies and Procedures Part 9 Part Two Chapter 10 Sexual Harassment of Working Women: A Case of Sexual Discrimination Chapter 11 The Lecherous Professor Chapter 12 Sexual Harassment: Offers and Coercion Chapter 13 Sexual Harassment as Sex Discrimination: A Defective Paradigm Chapter 14 A Feminist Definition of Sexual Harassment Chapter 15 Sexual Harassment and the university Chapter 16 Feminist Accused of Sexual Harassment Chapter 17 Reconciling Rapture, Representation, and Responsibility: An Argument against Per Se Bans on Attorney-Client Sex Chapter 18 Exploited Consent Chapter 19 Illustrative Policies