Sexual Harassment: An Introduction to the Conceptual and Ethical Issues covers the most important normative, conceptual, and legal issues associated with sexual harassment. Keith Dromm provides an insightful introduction to the theoretical and practical discussion, examining the most influential approaches to sexual harassment and offering his own analyses. Each chapter ends with review questions, discussion questions, and suggestions for group activities.
“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