New Jurisprudence of Sexual HarassmentCornell Law Review
AbstractAnalyzes legal scholarship and concepts since the 1970s; US; with three rejoinders. Covers the respectful person--depoliticizing sexual harassment, sexual harassment as a technology of sexism--the gendered dynamics, and sexual harassment as a means of perpetuating male power and masculine norms in the workplace.
Citation InformationKathryn Abrams, New Jurisprudence of Sexual Harassment, 83 Cornell L. Rev. 1169 (1997)