Sexual harassment in the Navy
Reily, Patricia Joanne
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An investigation was made into the subject of sexual harassment, its effect upon Navy personnel and its potential impact upon mission accomplishment. The study includes: a general historical review; a general discussion of the subject; a discussion of Navy policy to date; a summary of the findings of a survey and interviews of approximately 100 Navy women conducted by the author; and, future projections. The author concludes that sexual harassment is a significant problem in the Navy which could potentially impact upon mission effectiveness.
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