Critics’ Reviews

“The best book currently available on the subject. Essential reading for anyone teaching or thinking about sexual harassment in the contemporary philosophical, legal, and business professions.” — Martin Clancy, Professor and Chair of Philosophy, University of Missouri-Kansas City

“Dromm provides a thorough and insightful treatment of the issues surrounding sexual harassment. Sexual Harassment: An Introduction to the Conceptual and Ethical Issues offers a rare combination of rigor and accessibility that makes it ideal for classroom use; students will find a clear and fair treatment of the topic, but one that also advances the debate on several fronts.” — J. Jeremy Wisnewski, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Hartwick College

“More than a sexual harassment training manual, [Dromm’s] philosophical approach encourages independent and creative thought about the issues. … for those who are looking for an accessible introduction to the issues for use in undergraduate courses in business and professional ethics, this one is worth checking out.” — Debra Jackson, Teaching Philosophy

Posted on November 2, 2015