From the case study, according to her own testimony, Vinson acquiesced to Taylor's sexual demands. In this sense, her behavior was "voluntary." Determine if the voluntariness of her behavior means that she had consented to Taylor's advances and whether it means it was justified. Discuss which court(s) you thought was (were) right about this case. Support your position.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 8:13 am ad1c9bdddf
My opinion is that this is a false belief on behalf of Taylor to think that Vinson consented to the sexual demands simply by acquiescing. Though Vinson did not necessarily speak up to oppose the sexual demands made of her, she also did not verbally consent.
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This solution looks at the case study looking at Vinson vs. Taylor case, which involved sexual harassment allegations, and discusses if Vinson's voluntary behavior in acquiescing to Taylor's sexual demands implies consent to his actions and which court(s) of law you believe made the most fair decision on the case. [205 words]
Discuss how prejudice and discrimination differ when it involves coworkers and family
Social psychology looks at how the individual functions as part of a social group, including families, peer groups, and larger groups that support ethnic or national identity. In this presentation, you will relate two different examples from family, work, that demonstrate how behavior differs according to the social situation. Be sure to name the phenomenon that is present in each example. Consider these concepts:
f. Prejudice and discrimination
The phenomena in your examples may or may not indicate a deficit or problem that needs to be corrected. Identify the precursors, or conditions that allow influence from social factors. After describing the example, give an assessment of the outcomes. What happened? Was anyone harmed? Was there any abnormal behavior that warrants therapeutic intervention? Were there any cultural factors that limit or encourage group influence?View Full Posting Details