Gender and Sexual Harassment on the Internet

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Gender and Sexual Harassment on the Internet
Gender and Sexual Harassment
Google Chrome and Internet Explorer
Google and Yahoo
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This paper will explore how gender is represented in sexual harassment on the internet. Explorations on this topic have shown that there is a strong heterosexual bias that depicts males as aggressors and women as victims. While women are overwhelmingly the victims in sexual harassment, there is sexual harassment amongst males as well. This study looked at four websites and how they represented sexual harassment, what information they provided and what resources were available as well. Two of the websites were just about sexual harassment generally and two were newspapers available online that covered...
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