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COM200 Texas Womans University The Subtle Stuff Summary

COM200

Texas Womans University

Question Description

I’m studying for my Communications class and need an explanation.

6.1: Summarize “The Subtle Stuff” discussed in Ch. 8 of the Florence text

(pp. 291-300).

6.2: Explain the various workplace gray areas that must be addressed

(Florence, pp. 300-301),

6.3: What is the significance of dress codes (Florence, pp. 300-301)?

6.4: Discuss the defining issues differentiating the Anita Hill Case from

the Paula Jones Case (Florence, pp. 302-305).

6.5: Describe the origins of stereotyping (Florence, pp. 305-306). How might

an organization reduce this type of behavior?

6.6: Evaluate the role of culture and religion in stereotyping based on gender

specific behavior (Florence, pp. 306-307).

6.7: Discuss the difference between the legal and practical views of sexual

harassment as a form of discrimination (Florence, pp. 308-316).

6.8: How might an organization use the concept of BFOQs to discriminate

against women (Florence, pp. 316-318)? Are you in favor of BFOQs?

Justify your position.

6.9: Explain the importance of “The Implied Mommy/Daddy Track” (Florence,

pp. 318-321). How involved should organizations try to become in the

career plans of an entire family? Explain your answer.

6.10: Study the section entitled “Sex, Lies, and Modest Behavior” in the

Florence text (pp. 322-325). What is the major message conveyed

by the author in this section?

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Final Answer

here is the paper. i did not cite the book because Idont have details. let me know if you want it cited

Running Head: THE SUBTLE STUFF

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The Subtle Stuff
Name
Institution Affiliation

THE SUBTLE STUFF

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.1: Summarize “The Subtle Stuff” discussed in Ch. 8 of the Florence text
(pp. 291-300).
Subtle stuff is all about the Naylor decision, a court case in which the plaintiff, Naylor, an
employee of the City of Bowie filed a complaint against her supervisor, Schneider for sexual
harassment, Schneider had been making advances on Naylor and it became clear to her that he
was interested in her. He offered her plenty of gifts including money, cards, and even helping her
with her tasks. There is no one time that Naylor turned Schneider’s money. Though felt
uncomfortable about her behavior, she would mostly accept her money. The court found that
Schneider’s action did not amount to sexual harassment. He did not force himself on Naylor's
nether did he threaten her job security.
6.2: Explain the various workplace gray areas that must be addressed
(Florence, pp. 300-301),
People bring their issues to the workplace and this interferes with the set behavior of the
workplace. Another gray area includes spending more time at work as this makes the workplace
a surrogate home. This creates surrogate family relationships between empl...

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