Journal of Social Behavior and Personality
The purpose of this study was to explore attitudes toward sexual harassment by broadcast general managers and news directors. This study asked broadcast general managers and news directors to respond to the Tolerance for Sexual Harassment Inventory (TSHJ; Lon, Reilly, & Howard, 1982) to determine if there were any differences between the two occupation gr014ps. The index score was used as a dependent variable in a multiple regression equation. Four of nine independent variables (view of women's role in society, role of government, physical appearance, and government support) were retained in a stepwise regression procedure. That accounted for 24 percent of the variance in the model. The TSHI statements did not distinguish between broadcast general managers and news directors.
Lipschultz, Jeremy Harris and Hilt, Michael L., "Broadcast Managers and the Tolerance for Sexual Harassment Inventory" (1994). Communication Faculty Publications. 56.
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