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Student
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Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Yuliana Melgar khadzhi
Sexual Harassment as a Gender Aspect of Power (Discursive Consequences of Vainstein’s Moral Scandal)
Sociology
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
This study is based on the consideration of the famous sex scandal of H. Weinstein and sexual harassment as a gendered aspect of power. The goal is to consider the main ethical and moral consequences of sexual conflicts in modern society. To analyze this problem it is necessary to highlight the main plot of the conflict, the urgency of its consideration. The study highlights the main phenomena that followed the emergence of sexual scandals: the development of moral scandals and panic in society referred to gender relations, after which the basic research method, the rationale for the sample and the research hypothesis are disassembled.

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