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Author Twale, Darla J. (Darla Jean), author

Title Understanding and preventing faculty-on-faculty bullying : a psycho-social-organizational approach / by Darla J. Twale
Published New York : Routledge, 2018
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Description 1 online resource (xii, 248 pages)
Contents Introduction to workplace bullying -- Bullying in academe -- Physical, psychological, and psychosocial effects -- Social construction of bullying -- Institutional characteristics and circumstances -- Physical and psychological recovery -- Sense-making and social resolution -- Institutional restoration -- Practical remedies -- Suggestions for future research -- Resources and measurements
Summary Understanding and Preventing Faculty-on-Faculty Bullying provides a comprehensive understanding of workplace harassment, aggression, violence, bullying, and incivility in academia. Using a psychological, sociological, and organizational approach, this book explores the issue from the perspective of the individual, the department, and from the higher education organization. Providing research on the effects on victims and collegial culture, this important volume brings together interdisciplinary scholarship to present research-based suggestions for recovering from workplace bullying, recommendations for improving toxic academic environments, and practical advice about policy development to improve academic organizational culture and climate
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on print version record
Subject Bullying in the workplace.
Bullying in universities and colleges.
College teachers -- Professional relationships.
Educational leadership -- Moral and ethical aspects.
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