Table Of Contents
Part I. Introduction: The Problem of Workplace Bullying Chapter 1: Organizational Misbehavior. Janie Harden Fritz, Professor of Communication & Rhetorical Studies, Duquesne University Chapter 2: History of Bullying in the American Workplace. John Lipinski, Assistant Professor of Management and Marketing, Middle Tennessee State University, Charles M. Albright, Duquesne University, and Eric J. Fenclau, Jr., Duquesne University Chapter 3: Measurement Issues in the Phenomenon. James B. Schreiber, Professor of Educational Psychology, Duquesne University Chapter 4: How Unaddressed Bullying Affects Employees, Workgroups, Workforces, and Organizations: The Widespread Aversive Effects of Toxic Communication Climates. Pamela Lutgen-Sandvik, Associate Professor, Department of Communication and Journalism, University of New Mexico Part II: Theories and Etiology Chapter 5: Schoolyard Scuffles to Conference Room Chaos: Bullying Across the Lifespan. Eric J. Fenclau, Jr., Duquesne University, Charles M. Albright, Duquesne University, Laura M. Crothers, Professor of School Psychology, Duquesne University, and Jered B. Kolbert, Associate Professor of Counselor Education, Duquesne University Chapter 6: Evolutionary Psychology Models for Predicting Bullying and Implications for Intervention. Jered B. Kolbert, Associate Professor of Counselor Education, Duquesne University, Laura M. Crothers, Professor of School Psychology, Duquesne University, and Daniel S. Wells, Duquesne University Chapter 7: Social-Ecological Model in Predicting Workplace Bullying. Dorothy L. Espelage, Professor of Child Development, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Brandi Berry, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Joey Merrin, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and Susan Swearer, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chapter 8: Neurological Contributions to Bullying Behavior. Laura M. Crothers, Professor of School Psychology, Duquesne University, Jered B. Kolbert, Associate Professor of Counselor Education, Duquesne University, Charles M. Albright, Duquesne University, Tammy L. Hughes, Professor of School Psychology, Duquesne University, and Daniel S. Wells, Duquesne University Part III: Forms of Workplace Bullying Chapter 9: Bullying as Workplace Incivility. Tammy L. Hughes, Professor of School Psychology, Duquesne University, and Vanessa Durand, Duquesne University Chapter 10: Bullying in the Unionized Workplace: The Legal Model for the Protection of Employees and Employers from Employer and Union Intimidation. Jeffrey Guiler, Professor of Management, Robert Morris University, and Charles M. Albright, Duquesne University Chapter 11: Physical and Verbal Bullying. Kisha Radliff, Assistant Professor of School Psychology, the Ohio State University Chapter 12: Relational and Social Aggression in the Workplace. Julaine E. Field, Associate Professor of Counseling and Human Services, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Chapter 13: Sexual Harassment and Bullying and Work. Alyssa M. Gibbons, Colorado State University, Jeanette N. Cleveland, Professor of Psychology, Colorado State University, and Rachel Marsh, Colorado State University Chapter 14: Workplace Cyber Bullying: A Research Agenda. Kurt Schimmel, Dean of the School of Business, Slippery Rock University and Jeananne Nicholls, Assistant Professor of Business, Slippery Rock University Chapter 15: Considerations Regarding the Workplace Bullying of Persons with Disabilities. Ara J. Schmitt, Associate Professor of School Psychology, Duquesne University, Rachel Robertson, Assistant Professor of Special Education, Duquesne University, Jenna Hennessey, Duquesne University, Charles Jaquette, Duquesne University, and Lisa J. Vernon-Dotson, Associate Professor of Early, Elementary, Physical, and Special Education, Coastal Carolina University Part IV: Managing Workplace Bullying Chapter 16: The Role of Human Resource Departments in Addressing Bullying Behavior. Jennifer Loh, Seni
John Lipinski is an Associate Professor of Management at Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro. He earned his Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of Pittsburgh in 2007, his M.B.A. from the University of Michigan in 1997, and his B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh in 1993. Prior to starting his academic career, Dr Lipinski held managerial positions with companies such as Procter & Gamble, Warner Lambert, and PNC Bank. He continues consulting with both large, established corporations and startups. His publication record includes 19 peer-reviewed journal articles and he regularly presents at regional and international management conferences. Dr Lipinski's work explores topics in management, technology commercialization, and corporate strategy. Laura M. Crothers is a Professor of School Psychology at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh. She received her D.Ed. in School Psychology in 2001, her Ed.S. in School Psychology in 1997, and her M.Ed. in Educational Psychology in 1995 from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She received her B.A. in Psychology from Grove City College, Pennsylvania, in 1994. Dr Crothers has been named a national expert in childhood bullying by the National Association of School Psychologists, and serves on several journal editorial boards. Dr Crothers is the author of over 50 peer-reviewed manuscripts, monographs, and book chapters, five books, and has conducted presentations regionally, nationally, and internationally. Dr Crothers has contributed to the source literature by studying bullying in children, adolescents, and adults.