4 Tex. J. Women & L. 9 (1995)
Women, Labor Unions, and Hostile Work Environment Sexual Harassment: The Untold Story

handle is hein.journals/tjwl4 and id is 19 raw text is: Texas Journal of Women and the Law
Volume 4
Articles
WOMEN, LABOR UNIONS, AND HOSTILE
WORK ENVIRONMENT SExUAL HARASSMENT:
THE UNTOLD STORY
Marion Crain*
I.  The Dynamics of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace .... 15
A. Why and How Male Workers Harass .............. 16
1. Quid Pro Quo Harassment .................. 17
2. Hostile Work Environment Sexual Harassment ...... 18
B. How Women Respond ........................ 22
C. The Effects of Sexual Harassment on Women ......... 27
II. Union Attitudes Toward Sexual Harassment of Female
Members ................................... 29
A. Unions in Traditionally Female and
Gender-Mixed Occupations .................... 31
B. Unions in Male-Dominated Occupations ............ 33
C. Patterns of Union Argumentation in Sexual Harassment
Cases . ..................................            36
1.  It's a Man's World  .......................       37
2. The Victim Assumed the Risk ................ 41
3. The Victim Liked It ...................... 42
4. The Victim is Not Credible .................. 42
5. It Could've Been Worse .................... 44
*
0 1995 by Marion Crain. Professor of Law, The University of North Carolina. B.S. 1980,
Cornell University; J.D. 1983, UCLA Law School. I am grateful for the research support provided
by the Fund for Labor Relations Studies, and the National Science Foundation, Division of Law and
Social Science. Liz Amaru and D.B. Deck provided invaluable research assistance.

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