A new study finds that men who believe they need to prove their masculinity were more likely to find humor in jokes that are disparaging to women or gay individuals. Researchers from Western Carolina University asked groups of men to imagine they were being hired to be comedy writers. They asked them to rate what kind of jokes they found humorous, including jokes that were sexist, anti-gay, anti-Muslim and neutral. Men who identified as conforming to traditional masculine roles were more likely to find the sexist and anti-gay humor funny, but did not rate the anti-Muslim or neutral jokes the same, indicating that it was a direct response to a perceived threat to their masculinity, say researchers.
Sexual harassment’s insidious nature makes it persistent - EuroScientist journal
Februar A recent headline could put fear in the hearts of general counsel and HR professionals alike. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on behalf of multiple women. In that case, EEOC v.
North America. Alle Artikel lesen. Did you know that one in four women have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace?
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