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Harassment and abuse perceived to harm poor women less − new research finds a 'thicker skin' bias

By Nathan Cheek, Assistant Professor of Psychological Sciences, Purdue University
While women in poverty are more likely to experience sexual harassment and domestic abuse than higher-income women, people assume it is less distressing for them.The Conversation

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