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Sexual contact without consent.Sexual intercourse without consent.Sexual harassment or exploitation.
Physical, verbal, electronic or other contact that is unwanted, targeted and persistent. The behavior makes someone uncomfortable and fearful for them and others.
This list does not provide all examples of stalking. To learn more about stalking behavior, contact our Title IX Coordinator at TitleIX@eou.edu.
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Also known as the Genovese Effect, Bystander Effect is named after an incident where a woman was murdered in the 1960′s, her neighbors heard her screaming but failed to react. This apathetic approach sparked much interest and controversy, asking the question if society had reached a new low. This same kind of phenomenon can also happen within organizations when stories or incidents are occurring and employees and team members look the other way for a variety of reasons. Reasons can include rationale such as the following:
Don’t want to get involved.It isn’t that bad.It does not involve me.Somebody else will report it.It is none of my business.
An Active Bystander is one that will recognize a situation is not right and intervenes to help the victim. Intervening comes in a variety of ways to fit your comfort. The video below helps capture different ways to intervene without escalating the situation.
EOU prohibits retaliation against individuals who engage in reporting a complaint of sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, dating or domestic violence, and/or stalking. Retaliatory behavior is regarded as additional misconduct and may lead to increased sanctions.
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