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deadline:  02/01/95

 CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

 The Fourth Annual Conference of
 Sociologists Against Sexual Harassment

 Sunday, August 20, 1995
 Washington, D.C.

  THEME:  "Boundary Work:  Linking Research, Legal, and Counseling/
 Training Perspectives on Sexual Harassment"

 SUBMISSION DEADLINE:  FEBRUARY 1, 1995

SASH is an interdisciplinary organization which welcomes papers and
presentations that include a variety of perspectives on and
approaches to the problems of sexual harassment.  SASH is co-
sponsored annually by, and held in conjunction with, the Society for
the Study of Social Problems annual meetings.  The 1995 conference is
especially interested in proposals that explore the following:
  (1)  Research studies of under-studied targets of sexual harassment, in
  particular, women of color, or women in highlymale dominated occupations.
  (2)  Research which employs innovative or under-utilized methods of
  studying harassment experiences--e.g., case studies, in-depth
  interviews, observation/field analysis.
  (3)  Explorations of legal and policy issues.  Papers which address
   the intersection of law/policy and social scientific research--
  e.g., expert witness work, harassment claims or complaint
  processing, policy advocation--are especially welcome.
  (4)  Creating harassment-free environments.  Training programs or
  workshops which are designed to alleviate the problem of sexual
  harassment in work or educational environments.

   IF YOU WISH TO ORGANIZE A PANEL OR ROUNDTABLE PLEASE CONTACT THE
   PROGRAM ORGANIZER (JAMES E. GRUBER) IMMEDIATELY.

   Please direct all inquiries and proposals to

 James E. Gruber
 SASH Program Organizer
  Department of Sociology  University of Michigan-Dearborn
  Dearborn, MI  48128
  (313)-593-5611  Email:  [email protected]