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Title: SEXUAL HARASSMENT: THE CASE OF JIMMA UNIVERSITY
Authors: Tibebe, Kassahun
Advisors: Assistant professor Girma Lemma
Keywords: Annoyance
Nuisance
Copyright: Feb-2009
Date Added: 3-May-2012
Abstract: Abstract A survey was conducted on female students of Jimma University using randomly sampled students in proportion from eight faculties of the university. And the results indicate that 50% of the subjects have experienced one form of act/behavior that is considered sexual harassment. In addition there is strong sense of insecurity among female students in the campus that 65% of them fear experiencing sexual harassment. Among the perceived emotional and academic effects feeling scared/afraid and finding it hard to pay attention in class were reported by 65% and 52% respectively.χ²(chi-square) test of independence conducted indicated that different year level students face harassment at varying level and so do students in different faculties
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2145
Appears in:Thesis - Educational Research & Development

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