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Unformatted text preview: Mar 21; Chapter 2, even no Strategic Questions on page 31, and To Do case page 46 P31 2. What tangible educational consequences might there be for a college student or university student who is sexually harassed by another student or by his or her instructor? Consequences may range from a full-blown lawsuit against the faculty and even school, or against the student and school to lesser consequences like disciplinary action or punishment for the student. Consequences specifically in the education area may be more complex, since the harassed student may not be able to take a test or complete scholastic tasks and could either be offered an incomplete (allowing repeat at no cost), or a reasonable delay to catch up, and possibly with another instructor or in a class without the student. 4. In what other types of organizations (other than colleges and universities) could a member (not an employee) be harassed? Customer harassment comes to mind in many service-related sectors....
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