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MGMT 3700/4700: Bullying in the Workplace

Bullying in the Workplace

MGMT 3700/4700- 4 credits

Dates: December 3 - 7
Days: Monday - Friday
Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 p.m.
Instructor: Barbara Stuart

Description: For this intensive study of bullying, students will review and consider emerging definitions, literature, and studies, as well as incidence, prevalence, outcomes of bullying, and major developments in management to alter the course of bullying in the field. This will include review of several research streams examining aggression, interpersonal deviance, social undermining, incivility, interaction injustice, harassment, abusive supervision, and workplace violence.  Students will examine the dominant discourses and the upheavals in the construction of workplace identity, and study a variety of personal and professional behavioral global economy, which will provide a context and identify limitations of recent studies. This course will use current peer reviewed literature to examine these outcomes more clearly for both personal and professional shaping of employment goals.

Contact: Barbara Stuart at