Sexual victimization

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Sexual victimization

  1. 1.  WHAT IS SEXUAL HARASSMENT?  What are the possible places where sexual harassment may take place?  What are the characteristics of harassment relationships?  What are the Forms of harassment?
  2. 2. - is a form of bullying or sexual/ psychological abuse which involves the unwelcome or inappropriate promise of rewards in exchange for sexual favors. - According to Gender and Development Committee of the National Statistics Office, it is an act or series of acts involving any unwelcome sexual advance, request or demand for a sexual favor, or other verbal or physical behavior of a sexual nature, committed by a government employee or official in a work-related.
  3. 3. 1. In the premises of the work place, office, school, or training institution. 2. In places where parties are held as a result of work, education or training responsibilities or relations.
  4. 4. 3. At work or education or training-related social functions; 4. While on official business outside the office, school or training institution or during work, school, or training sessions.
  5. 5. 5. At official conferences, for a, symposia, or training sessions 6. By telephone, cellular phone, fax machine, or electronic mail.
  6. 6. Harasser: 1. Anyone ,such as a co- worker, teacher or professor, co-student, client, friend, or stranger 2. Can be of similar or opposite gender 3. Either completely unaware or aware that her or his behavior is offensive or constitutes sexual harassment 4. Either completely unaware or aware that her or his actions are unlawful. Victim: 1. Does not have to be the person directly harassed but finds the behavior offensive and is affected by it. 2. The person is affected although the behavior is not necessarily unlawful. 3. The victim can be of any gender.
  7. 7. 1. The harasser will insist on sexual favors in exchange for benefits or opportunities like getting or keeping a job, favorable grades, recommendations, accepting projects, or giving promotion. 2. The harasser will engage in unwanted physical contact by either using hi/her eyes, or hands touching any part of the target’s body 3. the harasser will take advantage of the target’s stressful situations like health problems, personal problems, relationship problems, etc. 4. The harasser acts as a “bully” and uses sexual harassment to the victim. 5. The harasser is a stalker who is following, watching, contacting, or observing the target for sexual reasons for revenge.
  8. 8. There is sexual harassment if: 1. My friend gives me a gift on my birthday. 2. My teacher always tell green jokes during class discussions. 3.Manong Janitor winks at me every time we meet.

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