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The relationships of experiencing workplace bullying with the mental health, affective commitment, and job satisfaction of Australian Defence Force personnel

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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Date published: 2018
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d51460fe6801


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