Steele, Nicole Margaret
Bullying is arguably one of the most pervasive of workplace
stressors. The prevalence and duration of workplace bullying, and
the wide-reaching consequences add to its debilitating force.
This dissertation applied the Job Demands-Control (Karasek, 1979)
and Job Demands-Control-Support (Johnson & Hall, 1988) models as
theoretical frameworks to test the associations of workplace
bullying with psychological distress, affective commitment, and
job satisfaction....[Show more]
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