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The Situation of Sexual Harassment

Posted by The Situationist Staff on June 25, 2010

Here is another segment from John Quinones’s excellent ABC 20/20 series titled “What Would You Do?” — a series that, in essence, conducts situationist experiments through hidden-camera scenarios. This episode asks, “Would you stop sexual harassment at diner? (and includes analysis from sociologist Raquel Bergen).

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To review a sample of related Situationist posts, see “Journalists as Social Psychologists & Social Psychologists as Entertainers,” “Construing ‘Acquaintance Rape’,” “The Situation of Objectification,” “The Situation of Blaming Rihanna,” “The Color of Sex Appeal,” “Women’s Situational Bind,” “The Situation of Bystanders,” “Hillary Clinton, the Halo Effect, and Women’s Catch-22,” “Being Smart About “Dumb Blonde” Jokes,” “Perceptual Segregation,” and Schema Theory and Lesbian and Gay Identity.”

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