Sexual Harassment in the workplace (from a Christian perspective)

A minimum of FIVE full pages, double-spaced, on 8 ½ x 11 paper. A maximum of SEVEN full pages.
Must be submitted as a Word document (.doc).
Headers must include short title and pagination (Use Word header function to insert header. Use Insert/Page numbers to suppress pagination on title page). No other header is required.
1" margins (right, left, top, bottom)
Do not use bullets or listing anywhere in the paper.
Must be written in 3rd person.
12 font size
New Times Roman or Times Roman are the only acceptable fonts
The body of the paper is left justified only
Paragraphs indented 5 spaces
Any charts, pictures, ect. must be put in an appendix, and do not count toward the minimum number of pages
Show block quotations of more than 40 words:

Single-spaced with double space separating quotes.
Indented 5 spaces from left-hand margin
No quotation marks
References:
A minimum of 5 different references must be used. Three of these references must be from peer-reviewed professional journals or books and must be from the past THREE years. The remaining references must be obtained from professional journals. Textbooks cannot be utilized as a reference.

As a research paper, students must utilize and properly cite references within the text of the paper; without such references the paper is merely an opinion.
Reference Section

Double space between references
Single space within references
Abstracts or web blogs may not be utilized as resource

References

Hersch, J. (2011). Compensating Differentials for Sexual Harassment. The American Economic Review, 101(3), 630-634. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

Lewis Hall, M., Christerson, B., & Cunningham, S. (2010). Sanctified Sexism: Religious Beliefs and the Gender Harassment of Academic Women. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 34(2), 181-185. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

Lindgren, K. P., Parkhill, M. R., George, W. H., & Hendershot, C. S. (2008). Gender Differences in Perceptions of Sexual Intent: A Qualitative Review and Integration. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 32(4), 423-439. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

Abdel-hameid, S., & AbdelRhman, W. (2009). Sexual Harassment in the Workplace. Ahfad Journal, 26(1), 3-24. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

Vijayasiri, G. (2008). Reporting Sexual Harassment: The Importance of Organizational Culture and Trust. Gender Issues, 25(1), 43-61. doi:10.1007/s12147-008-9049-5

Strate, J. M., Tae Hwa, J., & Leidlein, J. (2009). Sexual Harassment!. Public Integrity, 12(1), 61-75. doi:10.2753/PIN1099-9922120105

Patrick, A. E. (1999). Sexual harassment : a Christian ethical response. Annual of the Society of Christian Ethics, 19371-376. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

Kay, J. W. (1999). Why procedures are important in addressing sexual harassment. Annual of the Society of Christian Ethics, 19383-389. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

 

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