Female to Male Sexual Harassment “Morocco as a case Study”

Authors : AjanaAbdellah

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 9 - September

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7117859

Sexual harassment has proven difficult to study due to the lack of a commonly accepted definition and any standardized instrumentation that could provide comparable results across studies. Recently the focus of sexual harassment research on the harassment of women by men has been challenged. Treatments of sexual harassment of men, however, have generally ignored power differentials between the genders1 ({Berdahl). According to Jennifer L. Berdahl, Vicki J. Magley, and Craig R. Waldo “Sexual harassment is rarely about sex, but about power. (Male employee, public utility company, August 1993)” 2 . For this reason, this study is based on two conceptual perspectives – psychoanalysis and cultural theory of female to male sexual harassment in the workplace. Selecting such approaches enables us to study the meaning of the act “sexual harassment” culturally and psychologically.We are going to review the development and evaluation of a three-dimensional model of sexual harassment (gender harassment, unwanted sexual attention in the workplace, and sexual coercion). The results of the study will work for the benefit of the current research that enriches the field of gender studies in Arab societies especially in Morocco.

Keywords : gender harassment, unwanted sexual attention in the workplace, sexual coercion and power.


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