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Ethics- Identifying Sexual Harassment Exercise 7 PAGES This is a CLC group assignment. Read the five brief vignettes depicting scenarios that may involve sexual harassment (provided). 1. Whether each vignette constitutes sexual harassment. Why or why not? 2. If the genders of the people involved were reversed, would the situation change? Why or why not? 1. Lucy works on the assembly line at an auto parts factory. She eats lunch in the company break room every day. Because most of the workers are men, the break room walls are adorned with swimsuit pictures of women. Although the photos and the conversations they generate make Lucy very uncomfortable, she does not complain to her supervisor. Eventually, she starts skipping lunch to avoid the atmosphere in the break room. As a result, she begins to have trouble staying alert on the line. 2. Dave's boss, Ms. Andrews, consistently compliments him on his clothes, hair, and muscular body. She does not make similar comments to the rest of her staff. Dave finds her attentions both flattering and unnerving. 3. Scott's new secretary begins to attract his attention. Although her office performance is exemplary, she wears very provocative clothes and seems to take any opportunity to touch Scott or brush too closely past him in the hall. Then, he notices that she tends to shift office conversation from business to personal topics. Late one afternoon, she suggests they continue their work over dinner. He declines, but her attentions persist. Uncomfortable with the situation and afraid of what she might claim if he complained about her behavior, Scott requests a transfer to another workgroup, despite the resulting pay cut. 4. Carrie's boss, Mr. Matthews, asks her out repeatedly, despite her consistent refusals. Although her co-workers tell her she should report his behavior, Carrie considers it only a minor annoyance and takes no action. Mr. Matthews also makes repeated requests to date Molly, one of Carrie's co-workers. When Mr. Matthews ignores Molly's refusals, she reports him to their supervisor. 5. Struggling in class, Chris visits his teaching assistant's office for help with an assignment. The office is sparsely furnished and decorated with the exception of a large black and white photo of 2 naked men, although only the sides of their body are revealed. Appalled that this photo could be displayed at a university, Chris complains to the head of the department.
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Ethics- Identifying Sexual Harassment Exercise 7 PAGES
 
This is a CLC group assignment. Read the five brief vignettes depicting scenarios that may involve sexual harassment (provided). 
1. Whether each vignette constitutes sexual harassment. Why or why not? 
2. If the genders of the people involved were reversed, would the situation change? Why or why not? 
 
1. Lucy works on the assembly line at an auto parts factory. She eats lunch in
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