Sexual harassment research

Sexual harassment research

Sexual harassment research. PICTURE POSED BY MODEL File photo dated 31/07/14 of a woman showing signs of distress. Men may be more likely to victim-blame women who are sexually harassed because they are more empathetic with the perpetrators, new research suggests. Issue date: Monday August 19, 2019. When asked to respond to a ???clear-cut??? example of sexual harassment, male students showed greater empathy with the male perpetrator than female students, according to researchers from the universities of Exeter, Bath and Queensland, Australia. See PA story SCIENCE VictimBlaming. Photo credit should read: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire URN:44734563 (Press Association via AP Images)

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