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News Coverage of Blackstone Sexual Harassment Findings

Channel 2 (WLBZ) and the AOL Jobs website have reported on research by University of Maine sociologist Amy Blackstone and colleagues about the increased likelihood of sexual harassment of women in supervisory positions. The researchers found that female supervisors faced workplace harassment 138 percent more than women who weren’t in supervisory roles. Occurrences were considered intentionally demeaning, according to Blackstone.

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