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Identifies that underpinnings of misconduct. Likewise, lesbian, gay, and bisexual women encounter forms of harassment that reflect a combination of sexism and heterosexism Konik and Cortina ; Rabelo and Cortina Assure employees that surveys will not be cross-referenced to identify participants, and no disciplinary action will be taken as a result of information provided in the survey. Results showed a disconnect between what women thought they would do get angry, confront, and complain and what they actually did become fearful, neither confront nor complain. While a recent national survey of working men found that of the 25 percent of male respondents that admitted they make a sexual harrasment survey done at least one sexually harassing behavior in the last year, the most common form was gender harassment and the least common was sexual coercion Patel, Griggs, and Miller
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This trend continued for the other forms of sexual harassment unwanted sexual attention and sexual coercion: Laboratory experiments can also provide a snapshot of how women might respond in a sexually harassing situation. Unfortunately, some recent studies attempting to measure the prevalence of sexual harassment have not followed this good practice and are thus likely to have low prevalence rates, be missing data about those who have experienced gender harassment, and as a result be unreliable for evaluating the prevalence of sexual harassment.