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Thesis: A Study of Difficulties in Implementing Preventive Policies of Sexual Assault or Sexual Harassment on Campus – Based on Examples in Secondary Schools
secondary school campus
gender equity education law
This study aims at exploring a preliminary description of difficulties in implementing preventive work of sexual assault or sexual harassment on secondary school campuses by means of data analyses and research; announcement work as well as the current conditions and difficulties of the gender equity education committee will be investigated; impacts that environmental factors have on teenagers will also be further examined. The study indicates that the schools lack legal recognition, and most of them only emphasize the official documents from the superiors. Meanwhile, concealment of announcement work, frequent personnel changes, failure to hand over and coordinate works all result in problems. Besides, gender equality issues are not taken seriously on campus; gender equity education committee is not equipped with any professional administrator; a lack of clear division of the department leads to conflicts within the organization; weakening of the family functions affects children’s values; the media fails to fulfill its educational function so that the society is full of gender myths. In addition, the popularity of the Internet also has an adverse effect on students’ concepts in gender equity while the government still has little to do with management of the media and the Internet so far. The study proposes suggestions of how to implement prevention work of sexual assault and sexual harassment in two aspects: As far as the government departments are concerned, lawenforcement and advocacy, first of all, should be put more emphasis on and human resources and establish of district resource centers need integrating. Second of all, advocacy and encouragement had better replace punishment for not being informed. Third of all, community resources should be integrated and parent-child activities should be rewarded. Last but not least, the government should pay attention to problems of media pornography and Internet crime. As for the schools concerned, the schools should be active in association with social and political departments and then set up communication platforms and take a close look at differences in administration and increase human resources and incentives. Furthermore, they ought to implement gender equity education and advocate related legal education. In addition, they are supposed to encourage colleagues to participate in and build the school talent bank and shorten the time of processing gender equity cases.
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