Individual consequences of being exposed to workplace bullying

Bidragets oversatte titel: Individuelle konsekvenser af at være blevet udsat for mobning på arbejdspladsen

Eva Gemzøe Mikkelsen, Åse Marie Hansen, Roger Persson, Maj Fosgrau Byrgesen, Annie Hogh

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Resumé

The chapter provides a comprehensive review of research on individual outcomes of workplace bullying relating to psychological distress reactions, physiological stress reactions, physical health problems and social- and socio-economic consequences. Building on early cross-sectional studies, later longitudinal and meta-analytical studies suggest that individuals reporting exposure to bullying or systematic negative acts at work, have an increased risk of developing depression, anxiety and suicidal ideation as well as physical health problems such as cardiovascular disease or type 2 diabetes. Furthermore, targets are more likely to report sickness absence, presenteeism, intention to leave and to retire early. Four theoretical frameworks, i.e. Transactional stress theory, schema theory, the Cognitive Activation Theory of Stress and the Temporal Need-Threat Model of Ostracism, are presented to inform an increased understanding of the link between workplace bullying and the presented psychological, physical and social outcomes.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelBullying and Harassment in the workplace. : Developments in theory, research and practice. 3rd. edition
RedaktørerStåle Einarsen, Helge Hoel, Dieter Zapf, Cary L. Cooper
Udgivelses stedBoca Raton, FL.
ForlagCRC Press
Publikationsdato2020
Udgave3.ed
StatusUdgivet - 2020

Fingeraftryk

Workplace
Health
Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
Cross-Sectional Studies
Depression
Research
Presenteeism

Citer dette

Mikkelsen, E. G., Hansen, Å. M., Persson, R., Byrgesen, M. F., & Hogh, A. (2020). Individual consequences of being exposed to workplace bullying. I S. Einarsen, H. Hoel, D. Zapf, & C. L. Cooper (red.), Bullying and Harassment in the workplace. : Developments in theory, research and practice. 3rd. edition (3.ed udg.). Boca Raton, FL.: CRC Press.
Mikkelsen, Eva Gemzøe ; Hansen, Åse Marie ; Persson, Roger ; Byrgesen, Maj Fosgrau ; Hogh, Annie. / Individual consequences of being exposed to workplace bullying. Bullying and Harassment in the workplace. : Developments in theory, research and practice. 3rd. edition. red. / Ståle Einarsen ; Helge Hoel ; Dieter Zapf ; Cary L. Cooper. 3.ed. udg. Boca Raton, FL. : CRC Press, 2020.
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