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Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, a city attorney’s office instituted a publicity campaign last year encouraging victims of such harassment to come forward and file reports of the harassment. During the year following the inception of the publicity campaign, the frequency of harassment reports filed with the city attorney’s office tripled. The publicity campaign has therefore been successful, in that it has inspired more victims of workplace harassment to pursue their complaints.

Which of the following most seriously weakens the conclusion of the passage above?

a) The increase in harassment complaints has consisted almost exclusively of additional complaints of racial harassment; complaints of other varieties of harassment have not increased significantly.

b) Although the number of complaints has tripled, the number of complaints that have resulted in successful prosecutions or civil penalties for the harassers has not increased significantly.

c) Many individuals who have brought complaints within the past year were previously unaware that the behavior to which they had been subjected was regarded legally as harassment.

d) The publicity campaign has emphasized the fact that there will be no legal reprisals or other negative consequences for complainants whose complaints are deemed false or invalid.

e) The city attorney’s office originally instituted the campaign in response to falling numbers of workplace harassment complaints.
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Re: workplace harassment CR [#permalink] New post 15 Aug 2011, 06:34
Nah, still studying for the GMAT. :)
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Re: workplace harassment CR [#permalink] New post 15 Aug 2011, 10:26
I know OA is D but I prefer "A".. Here is why... Please correct my reasoning.

Conclusion - The publicity campaign was successful because frequency of harassment reports filed with the city attorney’s office tripled.

We've to find - statement which most seriously weakens the conclusion.

My Answer - The compaign was for "workplace harassment" but reports for "harassment" (not workplace harassment) tripled. The increase was mostly consisted of additional complaints of racial harassment; complaints of other varieties of harassment have not increased significantly. Hence, reports for "workplace harassment" didn't increase much. This weakens the conclusion.

Please correct my reasoning.

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Re: workplace harassment CR [#permalink] New post 16 Aug 2011, 08:19
Sorry for bother you guys..but can someone repond my above query. I picked option A.

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Re: workplace harassment CR [#permalink] New post 16 Aug 2011, 10:57
I agree with your reasoning, but I think you have to consider that something like "racial harassment" can occur in the workplace as well. I'm not sure that "workplace" vs. "racial" are two mutually exclusive groups. I agree that if you decided to treat them separately, that your reasoning would make sense. Hope that helps a bit. :)
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Re: workplace harassment CR [#permalink] New post 16 Aug 2011, 16:36
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I agree with your reasoning, but I think you have to consider that something like "racial harassment" can occur in the workplace as well. I'm not sure that "workplace" vs. "racial" are two mutually exclusive groups. I agree that if you decided to treat them separately, that your reasoning would make sense. Hope that helps a bit. :)


Appreciate your time Sovjet :)

I'm considering "workplace harassment" and "racial harassment" two different thing. I'm saying that attorney compaign was to address "workplace harassment" but the harassment reports tripled and it was becasue of "racial harassment". This weakens the conclusion.

Does it makes sense?

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Re: workplace harassment CR [#permalink] New post 16 Aug 2011, 20:10
Right. Like I said, if you consider racial and workplace harassment as mutually exclusive groups, then you have a valid point (in my opinion). However, I think the question is asking you to realize that racial harassment (as well as any other) can occur in the workplace.

In other words, "racial" describes the type of harassment, while "workplace" describes the location. Maybe we can get the OE for the official line of reasoning?
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Re: workplace harassment CR [#permalink] New post 16 Aug 2011, 22:58
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Re: Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, a [#permalink] New post 20 Mar 2012, 00:27
Plz explain why not A?

Coz if complaints of workplace harrasment have not increased then this mission was failure!!
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Re: Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, a [#permalink] New post 21 Mar 2012, 23:51
.....straight D ...............
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Re: Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, a [#permalink] New post 23 Mar 2012, 02:06
D because this suggest increase might be due to false complaints
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Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, a [#permalink] New post 03 Mar 2013, 06:44
Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, a city attorney’s office instituted a publicity campaign last year encouraging victims of such harassment to come forward and file reports of the harassment. During the year following the inception of the publicity campaign, the frequency of harassment reports filed with the city attorney’s office tripled. The publicity campaign has therefore been successful, in that it has inspired more victims of workplace harassment to pursue their complaints.

Which of the following most seriously weakens the conclusion of the passage above?
(A)The increase in harassment complaints has consisted almost exclusively of additional complaints of racial harassment; complaints of other varieties of harassment have not increased significantly.
(B)Although the number of complaints has tripled, the number of complaints that have resulted in successful prosecutions or civil penalties for the harassers has not increased significantly.
(C)Many individuals who have brought complaints within the past year were previously unaware that the behavior to which they had been subjected was regarded legally as harassment.¬
(D)The publicity campaign has emphasized the fact that there will be no legal reprisals or other negative consequences for complainants whose complaints are deemed false or invalid.
(E)The city attorney’s office originally instituted the campaign in response to falling numbers of workplace harassment complaints.

Need explanation...........why ans is d
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Re: Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, [#permalink] New post 03 Mar 2013, 07:47
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Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, a city attorney’s office instituted a publicity campaign last year encouraging victims of such harassment to come forward and file reports of the harassment. During the year following the inception of the publicity campaign, the frequency of harassment reports filed with the city attorney’s office tripled. The publicity campaign has therefore been successful, in that it has inspired more victims of workplace harassment to pursue their complaints.

Which of the following most seriously weakens the conclusion of the passage above?
(A)The increase in harassment complaints has consisted almost exclusively of additional complaints of racial harassment; complaints of other varieties of harassment have not increased significantly.
(B)Although the number of complaints has tripled, the number of complaints that have resulted in successful prosecutions or civil penalties for the harassers has not increased significantly.
(C)Many individuals who have brought complaints within the past year were previously unaware that the behavior to which they had been subjected was regarded legally as harassment.¬
(D)The publicity campaign has emphasized the fact that there will be no legal reprisals or other negative consequences for complainants whose complaints are deemed false or invalid.
(E)The city attorney’s office originally instituted the campaign in response to falling numbers of workplace harassment complaints.

Need explanation...........why ans is d


Hi mun23,

Lets first simplify the stimulus,

Premises: City attorney's campaign encouraged victims of harassment to report it, then the filed reports increased.

Conclusion: Increase in the reports filed is because of the campaign.

This is a typical "cause and effect" argument. The cause is "attorney's campaign" and the effect is "increase in filed reports"

In most cases the choice that weakens a "cause and effect" argument is either

i) The one that shows that the causality is happening in the opposite direction i.e. the cause is the effect

or

ii) The one that shows that the effect is caused by a cause other than the one mentioned in the argument.


(D)The publicity campaign has emphasized the fact that there will be no legal reprisals or other negative consequences for complainants whose complaints are deemed false or invalid.

This answer choice is the second of the two weakeners types mentioned above. This choice shows that the effect i.e. "increase in filing of reports" is cause by a different cause i.e. "no negative consequences of complaints". If offenders will face little danger of being punished then they will be encouraged to harass and victimize even more people, so the likely cause of increase in harassment reports is due to this fact and not because of the campaign, thus, weakening our conclusion.

Hope this helps,

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Re: Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, [#permalink] New post 03 Mar 2013, 19:20
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Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, a city attorney’s office instituted a publicity campaign last year encouraging victims of such harassment to come forward and file reports of the harassment. During the year following the inception of the publicity campaign, the frequency of harassment reports filed with the city attorney’s office tripled. The publicity campaign has therefore been successful, in that it has inspired more victims of workplace harassment to pursue their complaints.

Which of the following most seriously weakens the conclusion of the passage above?
(A)The increase in harassment complaints has consisted almost exclusively of additional complaints of racial harassment; complaints of other varieties of harassment have not increased significantly.
(B)Although the number of complaints has tripled, the number of complaints that have resulted in successful prosecutions or civil penalties for the harassers has not increased significantly.
(C)Many individuals who have brought complaints within the past year were previously unaware that the behavior to which they had been subjected was regarded legally as harassment.¬
(D)The publicity campaign has emphasized the fact that there will be no legal reprisals or other negative consequences for complainants whose complaints are deemed false or invalid.
(E)The city attorney’s office originally instituted the campaign in response to falling numbers of workplace harassment complaints.

Need explanation...........why ans is d


Hi,

Let's first understand the argument.

Premises:

1. Attorney instituted a campaign to encourage victims to report incidents of harassment.
2. Next year, the number of harassment reports tripled

Conclusion: Campaign successful - because it has inspired more victims of workplace harassment to pursue their complaints (pay attention to the underlined word. It'll come in handy in understanding choice D)

Let's look at Option D:

(D)The publicity campaign has emphasized the fact that there will be no legal reprisals or other negative consequences for complainants whose complaints are deemed false or invalid. - Read the underlined parts carefully. What do they lead to? Will it make more people to file frivolous (false) harassment complaints? If yes, then the tripling of harassment reports doesn't necessarily mean that more victims are inspired to pursue their complaints; rather, it could mean that many more false complaints are being filed since people are not afraid anymore of the implications of filing false complaints. Thus, this weakens the conclusion.

Hope this helps :)

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Re: Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, [#permalink] New post 05 Mar 2013, 03:08
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mun23 wrote:
Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, a city attorney’s office instituted a publicity campaign last year encouraging victims of such harassment to come forward and file reports of the harassment. During the year following the inception of the publicity campaign, the frequency of harassment reports filed with the city attorney’s office tripled. The publicity campaign has therefore been successful, in that it has inspired more victims of workplace harassment to pursue their complaints.

Which of the following most seriously weakens the conclusion of the passage above?
(A)The increase in harassment complaints has consisted almost exclusively of additional complaints of racial harassment; complaints of other varieties of harassment have not increased significantly.
(B)Although the number of complaints has tripled, the number of complaints that have resulted in successful prosecutions or civil penalties for the harassers has not increased significantly.
(C)Many individuals who have brought complaints within the past year were previously unaware that the behavior to which they had been subjected was regarded legally as harassment.¬
(D)The publicity campaign has emphasized the fact that there will be no legal reprisals or other negative consequences for complainants whose complaints are deemed false or invalid.
(E)The city attorney’s office originally instituted the campaign in response to falling numbers of workplace harassment complaints.

Need explanation...........why ans is d


Hi,

Let's first understand the argument.

Premises:

1. Attorney instituted a campaign to encourage victims to report incidents of harassment.
2. Next year, the number of harassment reports tripled

Conclusion: Campaign successful - because it has inspired more victims of workplace harassment to pursue their complaints (pay attention to the underlined word. It'll come in handy in understanding choice D)

Let's look at Option D:

(D)The publicity campaign has emphasized the fact that there will be no legal reprisals or other negative consequences for complainants whose complaints are deemed false or invalid. - Read the underlined parts carefully. What do they lead to? Will it make more people to file frivolous (false) harassment complaints? If yes, then the tripling of harassment reports doesn't necessarily mean that more victims are inspired to pursue their complaints; rather, it could mean that many more false complaints are being filed since people are not afraid anymore of the implications of filing false complaints. Thus, this weakens the conclusion.

Hope this helps :)

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But I yet not convinced .
"The publicity campaign has emphasized the fact that there will be no legal reprisals or other negative consequences for complainants whose complaints are deemed false or invalid."

That means that it is because of the publicity campain only that the people came to know that there will be no legal reprisals or other negative consequences for complainants whose complaints are deemed false or invalid.
Hence indirectly the publicity campaign only helped the increase.. right ?


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Re: Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, [#permalink] New post 05 Mar 2013, 03:30
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mun23 wrote:
Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, a city attorney’s office instituted a publicity campaign last year encouraging victims of such harassment to come forward and file reports of the harassment. During the year following the inception of the publicity campaign, the frequency of harassment reports filed with the city attorney’s office tripled. The publicity campaign has therefore been successful, in that it has inspired more victims of workplace harassment to pursue their complaints.

Which of the following most seriously weakens the conclusion of the passage above?
(A)The increase in harassment complaints has consisted almost exclusively of additional complaints of racial harassment; complaints of other varieties of harassment have not increased significantly.
(B)Although the number of complaints has tripled, the number of complaints that have resulted in successful prosecutions or civil penalties for the harassers has not increased significantly.
(C)Many individuals who have brought complaints within the past year were previously unaware that the behavior to which they had been subjected was regarded legally as harassment.¬
(D)The publicity campaign has emphasized the fact that there will be no legal reprisals or other negative consequences for complainants whose complaints are deemed false or invalid.
(E)The city attorney’s office originally instituted the campaign in response to falling numbers of workplace harassment complaints.

Need explanation...........why ans is d


Hi,

Let's first understand the argument.

Premises:

1. Attorney instituted a campaign to encourage victims to report incidents of harassment.
2. Next year, the number of harassment reports tripled

Conclusion: Campaign successful - because it has inspired more victims of workplace harassment to pursue their complaints (pay attention to the underlined word. It'll come in handy in understanding choice D)

Let's look at Option D:

(D)The publicity campaign has emphasized the fact that there will be no legal reprisals or other negative consequences for complainants whose complaints are deemed false or invalid. - Read the underlined parts carefully. What do they lead to? Will it make more people to file frivolous (false) harassment complaints? If yes, then the tripling of harassment reports doesn't necessarily mean that more victims are inspired to pursue their complaints; rather, it could mean that many more false complaints are being filed since people are not afraid anymore of the implications of filing false complaints. Thus, this weakens the conclusion.

Hope this helps :)

Thanks,
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But I yet not convinced .
"The publicity campaign has emphasized the fact that there will be no legal reprisals or other negative consequences for complainants whose complaints are deemed false or invalid."

That means that it is because of the publicity campain only that the people came to know that there will be no legal reprisals or other negative consequences for complainants whose complaints are deemed false or invalid.
Hence indirectly the publicity campaign only helped the increase.. right ?


Please clarify


But the increase did not come from victims coming forward to complain about the cases. The increase came from something else (another cause) which is people knowing that there wont be and repercussions thereby harassing whoever they want.

X causes Y, but answer choice D says Z causes Y
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Re: Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, [#permalink] New post 05 Mar 2013, 03:33
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But I yet not convinced .
"The publicity campaign has emphasized the fact that there will be no legal reprisals or other negative consequences for complainants whose complaints are deemed false or invalid."

That means that it is because of the publicity campain only that the people came to know that there will be no legal reprisals or other negative consequences for complainants whose complaints are deemed false or invalid.
Hence indirectly the publicity campaign only helped the increase.. right ?


Please clarify


Hi,

The answer to your question is Yes. Directly or indirectly, the publicity campaign led to the increase in the number of complaints. I agree with this.

But does this means that more victims have filed complaints? I am asking this because the conclusion of the passage says "The publicity campaign has therefore been successful, in that it has inspired more victims of workplace harassment to pursue their complaints."

After reading option D, we can't be sure that more victims filed their complaints. Since the campaign so much emphasized that no action will be taken against frivolous complaints, the increase in the number of complaints was probably due to extraordinary increase in bogus complaints. In other words, probably, victims didn't file more complaints.

The above reasoning makes us unsure of the statement that the campaign was successful for the reason given. Therefore, this option weakens the conclusion.

Does this explanation make sense?

If it still doesn't help, let me know your specific problem with the reasoning above.

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Re: Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, a [#permalink] New post 15 Apr 2013, 08:47
I do have a question.
Why Not option C is correct.
"Many individuals who have brought complaints within the past year were previously unaware that the behavior to which they had been subjected was regarded legally as harassment."

From the premise : "a publicity campaign last year encouraging victims of such harassment to come forward and file reports of the harassment."

It nowhere tells that the campaign was meant to know whether a behavior is harassment or not. But it just encouraged people to file such cases.
Now C gives an alternative reason. People are now aware of what a harassment behavior is( not from this campaign..may be from some other campaigns)...and started filling complaints. So to conclude this campaign was successful is wrong.

Perfectly weakening... :think:

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Re: Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, a [#permalink] New post 15 Apr 2013, 09:45
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I feel this has been overlooked in explanations to this question. The concern over workplace harassment is what lead to the campaign in the first place. Therefore, for the campaign to be a success it must also address the problem of workplace harassment.

(C) would actually be a strengthen answer. Regardless if the employees knew they were being harassed, harassment was taking place and the PR campaign helped them identify that they were being harassed.

(D) weakens because even though the numbers increased, the harassment behavior won't be addressed due to non-enforcement. It has done nothing to help the problem (and may even be the reason for increased harassment as noted in other posts in this thread)
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Re: Concerned about various forms of workplace harassment, a [#permalink] New post 16 Apr 2013, 22:23
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