Incidence of Sexual Harassment A Case Study at Workplaces in Karachi
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Sexual Harassment; Socio-economic status; Laws


The study evaluates the proportion of sexual harassment among female workers in Karachi. The participants (N=80) of the study divided on the basis of their socio-economic status who filled out a questionnaire consisting of 16 items. The statistical analysis of the study was conducted by applying t tests. The results of the study provides evidence that lower socio-economic status is inversely proportional to more sexual harassment (SH) and the provision of strict laws does not deter the incidence of SH. Recommendations are suggested for qualitative analysis to provide more in-depth of the phenomena.

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