What's the Deal with Creepiness?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Norms about how men and women interact have been in flux in the last few decades. Heidi Matthews is an assistant professor at York University's Osgoode Hall Law School, where she co-directs the Nathanson Centre on transnational human rights, crime, and security. She's been thinking about the significance of what she sees as an increasing use of the language of "creepiness," and especially of the term "creepy" to describe some men.
Episode:
Canada's Economy in 2020; Defining 'Creepiness'
Aired:
Feb 04, 2020
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