Harasser

  • (noun): A persistent tormentor.
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Some articles on harasser, harassers:

Harassing - Etymology
... Of the French verb harasser itself there are the first records in a Latin to French translation of 1527 of Thucydides’ History of the war that was between the Peloponnesians and the Athenians both in ... A hypothesis about the origin of the verb harasser is harace/harache, which was used in the 14th century in expressions like courre à la harache (to pursue) and prendre aucun par la harache (to take ... and phonetic similarity of the verb harasser as used in the first popular attestation (the chant mentioned above) with the word haras should be kept in mind Already in 1160 haras indicated a group of ...
Sexual Harassment - Varied Behaviors - Behavioral Classes
... has divided harassers into two broad classes Public harassers are flagrant in their seductive or sexist attitudes towards colleagues, subordinates, students, etc ... Private harassers carefully cultivate a restrained and respectable image on the surface, but when alone with their target, their demeanor changes ... Langelan describes three different classes of harassers ...
Sexual Harassment - Harassment Situations
... Often, but not always, the harasser is in a position of power or authority over the victim (due to differences in age, or social, political, educational or employment relationships) or expecting to receive such ... Forms of harassment relationships include The harasser can be anyone, such as a client, a co-worker, a parent or legal guardian, relative, a teacher or professor, a student, a friend, or a stranger ... may be other witnesses or attendances, or not The harasser may be completely unaware that his or her behavior is offensive or constitutes sexual harassment or may be completely unaware that his or ...

More definitions of "harasser":

  • (noun): A persistent attacker.
    Synonyms: harrier