In recent years, research and documentaries have brought the issue of bullying to the forefront of the American conscience by illustrating the heartbreaking impact that it can have in schools and in the workplace. As a result, a national movement has taken off, forcing children, parents, teachers and those in the workplace to examine this cruel and dangerous practice and find ways to put a stop to it. Recently published scholarly articles show that researchers too are examining what’s behind bullying and offering illuminating insights that provide avenues for future research, practical helps for intervention, and potential implications for policy.
How to address bullying is an issue that is incredibly pertinent to our modern-day society. With today’s premier of “The Bully Effect,” a new documentary illustrating the effects of bullying and the “life-changing journeys” that families go through when dealing with these issues, it is clear that bullying is an issue that we as a society need to better understand in order to help those who are affected.
In order to support the dissemination of this important research, SAGE is offering the following journal articles on workplace bullying free for a limited time:
- “Destructive Leadership: A Theoretical Review, Integration, and Future Research Agenda” published in The Journal of Management by Dina V. Kraskikova, Stephen G. Green and James M. LeBreton
- “Embracing New Directions in Workplace Bullying Research: A Paradigmatic Approach” published in Journal of Management Inquiry by Al-Karim Samnani
- “Rethinking Workplace Bullying as an Employment Relations Problem” published in Journal of Industrial Relations by Jacquie Hutchinson
- “Escaping bullying: The simultaneous impact of individual and unit-level bullying on turnover intentions” published in Human Relations by Marjan Houshmand, Jane O’Reilly, Sandra Robinson and Angela Wolff
- “It’s Complicated: Defining Workplace Bullying from the Human Resource Professional’s Perspective” published in Management Communication Quarterly by Renee L. Cowan
- “Answering Five Key Questions About Workplace Bullying: How Communication Scholarship Provides Thought Leadership for Transforming Abuse at Work” published in Management Communication Quarterly by Pamela Lutgen-Sandvik and Sarah J. Tracy
- “Workplace bullying and the employment relationship: exploring questions of prevention, control and context” published in Work, Employment & Society by David Beale and Helge Hoel
- “Resilience as an Underexplored Outcome of Workplace Bullying” published in Qualitative Health Research by Kate van Heugten
For a more complete listing of SAGE offerings on bullying, please click here.