Talk:Motivation and emotion/Book/2014/Sexual harassment and emotion
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Subsequent revisions have:
- Added an Overview
- Corrected some, but not all, of the clarification templates
- Converted some bullet-points content into paragraphs
Further revisions consisted of:
- Some general theory about fear is added from the Reeve (2009) textbook - this is not demonstrably related to fear of, or as a result of, sexual harrassment
- A paragraph about Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is added, with a link drawn between this model and sexual harrassment at the security level of need. These claims do not appear to be supported by any citations and it seems unlikely that the author consulted Maslow (1943).
- A useful case study has been added
- More research review has been added.
- A useful section on coping strategies has been added.
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