This book fills a significant gap in the literature on sexual behaviour in higher education settings:
should university staff enter into sexual relationships with their students? Can a university condone such relationships or should it seek to discourage or forbid them?
Should we view such liaisons as an inevitable result of mature adults meeting and working together in a shared environment, or as examples of a misuse of power?
Sexual exploitation is a delicate matter. From the outset we gave everyone we interviewed for this research a guarantee that they would not be identifiable in any published material.