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Workplace cyberbullying: The antecedents and consequences research-in-progress

conference contribution
posted on 2023-02-03, 02:48 authored by S Zhang, Dorothy LeidnerDorothy Leidner
Due to its negative consequences on targets, witnesses and organization itself, workplace cyberbullying has captured lots of media attention and triggered many discussions among practitioners. The overriding purpose of this paper is to examine cyberbullying behaviors in the workplace. More specifically, neutralization theory and rational choice theory of corporate crime are used as the theoretical foundation to build a model of antecedents of workplace cyberbullying. In addition, the negative impacts of workplace cyberbullying on victims and witnesses are also measured and discussed in our study.


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20th Americas Conference on Information Systems, AMCIS 2014

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