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Journal of Managerial Psychology

ISSN: 0268-3946

Online from: 1986

Subject Area: Human Resource Management

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Volume 28 issue 3

Published: 2013, Start page: p235
Special Issue: Workplace aggression and bullying at the cross-roads: state of the art in theory and research
Guest editor(s): Raymond T. Lee and Céleste M. Brotheridge

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17085910 Workplace bullying as a gendered phenomenon
Denise Salin, Helge Hoel (pp. 235 - 251)
Keywords: Aggression, Bullying, Gender, Gender role socialization theory, Power, Social identity theory
Article type: Conceptual paper
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17085911 An attributional perspective of aggression in organizations
Jeremy R. Brees, Jeremy Mackey, Mark J. Martinko (pp. 252 - 272)
Keywords: Aggression, Attributions, Cognitive schema, Motivation, Perception, Violence
Article type: Literature review
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17085912 Political skill and the job performance of bullies
Darren C. Treadway, Brooke A. Shaughnessy, Jacob W. Breland, Jun Yang, Maiyuwai Reeves (pp. 273 - 289)
Keywords: Performance, Political skill, Social information processing, Workplace bullying
Article type: Research paper
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17085913 “Is this bullying?” Understanding target and witness reactions
Al-Karim Samnani (pp. 290 - 305)
Keywords: Behaviour, Subtle bullying, Witness reactions, Witnesses, Workplace bullying
Article type: Conceptual paper
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17085914 Workplace bullying after whistleblowing: future research and implications
Brita Bjørkelo (pp. 306 - 323)
Keywords: Clinicians, Depression, Health, Implications, Practice, Whistleblowing, Workplace bullying
Article type: Viewpoint
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Guest editorial

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17085915 Workplace aggression/bullying at the cross-roads: introduction to the Special Issue
Raymond T. Lee, Celeste M. Brotheridge
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