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Sexual Harassment: A Look at the movie 9 TO 5: For Subtle, Complex Ethical and Legal Issues

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This course is designed with an e-book that explains scene-by-scene information about the other material component, the Twentieth Century Fox movie, “9 To 5”. The materials demonstrate and guide participants in the application of knowledge about the subtle and complex issues of sexual harassment, including the definition of sexual harassment and the identification of the potential for ethical and legal issues surrounding sexual harassment, such as impact vs. intent, hostile environment, quid pro quo, retaliation, reasonable person’s standard, gender-based sexual harassment, third-party sexual harassment, work-related parties, supervisor responsibilities, liabilities, hidden and human costs of sexual harassment and prevention and healing. Note: This course is based on an e-book which is available for purchase from The DVD can be acquired locally, or it may be purchased from the BFG website.

This course is based on the reading-based online and dvd, Sexual Harassment: A Look at the movie 9 TO 5: For Subtle, Complex Ethical and Legal Issues created by Francine R Goldberg, Ph.D. in 0.


Beneficial Film Guides, Inc.

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Course Material Author

Francine R Goldberg, Ph.D.

Francine R. Goldberg received her Ph.D. from the Rehabilitation Counseling Program at New York University (NYU), following her doctoral research, Academic Achievement Bias among Community Mental Health Workers. She has more than 30 years of experience in the field of mental health and psychiatric rehabilitation, including counseling, supervision, administration, staff development, clinical risk management, graduate and undergraduate teaching on the adjunct faculties at NYU and the City University of New York, Lehman College, and multiple national and international publications, as well as presentations that address topics in mental health, psychiatric rehabilitation and the use of multimedia in the delivery of mental health services. She holds a CRC, NCC, LMHC, LPC and LRC.

Course Creator

Keith Gibson, Ph.D.

Recommended For:

This course is recommended for health care professionals, especially psychologists, counselors, social workers and nurses who seek knowledge about sexual harassment in the workplace, including the responsibilities of workers and supervisors. It is appropriate for introductory to intermediate levels of participants’ knowledge.

Course Objectives:

  1. Define sexual harassment

  2. Identify types of sexual harassment

  3. Identify hidden costs of sexual harassment

  4. Identify the potential for ethical and legal issues surrounding sexual harassment

  5. Recognize subtle and overt sexual harassment

  6. Understand and apply the definition and knowledge of sexual harassment through the Interactive review and Interactive review response guide

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e_book: Sexual Harassment: A Look at the movie, 9 TO 5, for Subtle, Complex Ethical and Legal Issues

This course is based on the movie 9 to 5, and on an e-book which is available for purchase from using this link.


The DVD can be acquired locally, or it may be purchased from the Beneficial Film Guides website using this link.

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Course Retired
Course Number 101197
5 credit hours
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  • Reading-Based Online
  • DVD
Exam Fee: No Longer Available
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77 members have taken this course