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Faculty Experiences with Bullying in Higher Education Causes , Consequences , and Management Loraleigh Keashly Wayne State University

@inproceedings{Neuman2010FacultyEW,
  title={Faculty Experiences with Bullying in Higher Education Causes , Consequences , and Management Loraleigh Keashly Wayne State University},
  author={Joel H. Neuman},
  year={2010}
}
Although much research has been done on workplace aggression and bullying over the past two decades, academics have paid relatively little attention to bullying in their own institutions. In this article, we discuss what is currently known about bullying in academia, with a particular focus on faculty behavior, and apply empirical and conceptual findings from research on aggression and bullying in other work settings and the significant literature on conflict management in higher education. We… 

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