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Key and recent overviews

Campbell, Helen, and Suzi Chinnery. (2018). What works? Preventing & Responding to Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: A Rapid Review of Evidence. Canberra: CARE Australia.

King, E.B., Gulick, L. M. V., & Kravitz, D. A. (2011). Emerging evidence on diversity training programs. In M. A. Paludi, C. A. Paludi, & E. R. DeSouza (Eds.), Handbook on understanding and preventing workplace discrimination (pp. 61–67). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.

McDonald, P., Charlesworth, S., & Graham, T. (2015). Developing a framework of effective prevention and response strategies in workplace sexual harassment. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 53(1): 41-58.

Magley, V. J., Fitzgerald, L. F., Salisbury, J., Drasgow, F. R. I. T. Z., & Zickar, M. J. (2013). Changing sexual harassment within organizations via training interventions: Suggestions and empirical data. In R.J. Burke and C.L. Cooper (Eds.), The fulfilling workplace: The organization’s role in achieving individual and organizational health, (pp. 225-246). London, UK: Routledge.

Roehling, M. V., & Huang, J. (2018). Sexual harassment training effectiveness: An interdisciplinary review and call for research. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 39(2), 134-150.


Further works

Adiaha, M. S., Ndifon, M., Udom, G. I., Anabe, M. I., Ocheje, D. U., & Auwalu, S. (2017). Modalities for mitigating sexual harassment: towards sex education for effective human development. World Scientific News, 86(3), 322-332.

Antecol, H., and D. Cobb-Clark. (2003). Does Sexual Harassment Training Change Attitudes? A view from the Federal level. Social Science Quarterly, 84(4), December.

Asgharzadeh, A. (2014). Morality Framing and Sexual Harassment Training Effectiveness.

Bainbridge, H. T., Perry, E. L., & Kulik, C. T. (2018). Sexual harassment training: explaining differences in Australian and US approaches. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 56(1), 124-147.

Baridon, Andrea R., and David R. Eyler. (1996). Sexual Harassment Awareness Training: 60 Practical Activities for Trainers. McGraw-Hill.

Bingham, Shereen G., and Lisa L. Scherer. (2001). The Unexpected Effects of a Sexual Harassment Educational Program. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 37(2): 125-153. Bisom-Rapp, S. (2018). Sex harassment training must change: The case for legal incentives for transformative education and prevention. Stan. L. Rev. Online, 71, 60.

Blakely, G. L., Blakely, E. H., & Moorman, R. H. (1998). The effects of training on perceptions of sexual harassment allegations. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 28(1), 71-83.

Bonate, D. L., & Jessell, J. C. (1996). The effects of educational intervention on perceptions of sexual harassment. Sex Roles, 35(11-12), 751-764.

Buchanan, N. T., Settles, I. H., Hall, A. T., & O’Connor, R. C. (2014). A review of organizational strategies for reducing sexual harassment: Insights from the US military. Journal of Social Issues, 70(4), 687-702.

Che, J., Gibbs, L., Grady, M., Marchbank, L., & Spearman, J. (2017). Examining HR interventions for sexual harassment in the workplace: A quasi-systematic review of the research evidence. Workplace Review, 32-50.

Cheung, H. K., Goldberg, C. B., King, E. B., & Magley, V. J. (2018). Are they true to the cause? Beliefs about organizational and unit commitment to sexual harassment awareness training. Group & Organization Management, 43(4), 531-560.

Dobbin, F., & Kalev, A. (2019). The promise and peril of sexual harassment programs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116(25), 12255-12260.

Garman, A. M. (2013). Increasing the effectiveness of sexual harassment prevention through learner engagement (Doctoral dissertation, California State University, Long Beach).

Hamilton, K. M., Snoeyink, M. J., & Martinez, L. R. (2019). Blurred lines: How to approach sexual harassment training when sexual harassment isn’t always about sex. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 12(3), 345-349.

Hunt, C. M., Davidson, M. J., Fielden, S. L., & Hoel, H. (2010). Reviewing sexual harassment in the workplace – an intervention model. Personnel Review, 39(5), 655-673.

Kalinoski, Z. T., SteeleJohnson, D., Peyton, E. J., Leas, K. A., Steinke, J., & Bowling, N. A. (2013). A metaanalytic evaluation of diversity training outcomes. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 34(8), 1076-1104.

Kath, L. M., & Magley, V. J. (year?). Development of a Theoretically Grounded Model of Sexual Harassment Awareness Training Effectiveness. Wellbeing.

Kearney, L. K., Rochlen, A. B., & King, E. B. (2004). Male Gender Role Conflict, Sexual Harassment Tolerance, and the Efficacy of a Psychoeducative Training Program. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 5(1), 72-82.

Lee, S. Y., Hanson, M. D., & Cheung, H. K. (2019). Incorporating bystander intervention into sexual harassment training. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 12(1), 52-57.

Moyer, R. S., & Nath, A. (1998). Some Effects of Brief Training Interventions on Perceptions of Sexual Harassment. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 28(4), 333-356.

Perry, E. L., Kulik, C. T., & Bustamante, J. (2012). Factors impacting the knowing-doing gap in sexual harassment training. Human Resource Development International, 15(5), 589-608.

Perry, E. L., Kulik, C. T., & Field, M. P. (2009). Sexual harassment training: Recommendations to address gaps between the practitioner and research literatures. Human Resource Management, 48(5), 817-837.

Perry, E. L., Kulik, C. T., & Schmidtke, J. M. (1998). Individual Differences in the Effectiveness of Sexual Harassment Awareness Training. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 28(8), 698-723.

Perry, E. L., Kulik, C. T., Bustamante, J., & Golom, F. D. (2010). The impact of reason for training on the relationship between “best practices” and sexual harassment training effectiveness. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 21(2), 187-208.

Peterson, K., & McCleery, E. (2014). Evidence Brief: The Effectiveness of Mandatory Computer-Based Trainings on Government Ethics, Workplace Harassment, or Privacy and Information Security-Related Topics. In VA Evidence-based Synthesis Program Evidence Briefs [Internet]. Department of Veterans Affairs (US).

Quick, J. C., & McFadyen, M. (2017). Sexual harassment: Have we made any progress?. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 22(3), 286.

Rawski, S. L., & WorkmanStark, A. L. (2018). Masculinity contest cultures in policing organizations and recommendations for training interventions. Journal of Social Issues, 74(3), 607-627.

Robb, L., & Doverspike, D. (2001). Self-reported proclivity to harass as a moderator of the effectiveness of sexual harassment-prevention training. Psychological Reports, 88(1), 85-88.

Sen, P. (2019). What Will It Take? Promoting Cultural Change to End Sexual Harassment. New York: UN Women.

Steele, Logan M., and Joseph A. Vandello. (2019). When training backfires and what can be done about it. Industrial and Organizational Psychology 12, no. 1 (2019): 30-33.

Taylor, B., Stein, N., & Burden, F. (2010). The Effects of Gender Violence/Harassment Prevention Programming in Middle Schools: A Randomized Experimental Evaluation. Violence and Victims, 25(2), 202.

Tinkler, J., Gremillion, S., & Arthurs, K. (2015). Perceptions of legitimacy: The sex of the legal messenger and reactions to sexual harassment training. Law & Social Inquiry, 40(1), 152-174.

Tippett, E. C. (2018). Harassment trainings: A content analysis. Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L., 39, 481.

Walsh, B. M., & Magley, V. J. (2019). Don’t forget the role of civility interventions in workplace sexual harassment. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 12(1), 39-41.

York, K.M., L.A. Barclay, and A.B. Zajack. (1997). Preventing Sexual Harassment: The Effect of Multiple Training Methods. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 10(4): 277-289.