Gender, emotion and aggression in the workplace

Ramirez, A and Wolfram Cox, J 2006, 'Gender, emotion and aggression in the workplace' in S. Charlesworth, K. Douglas, M. Fastenau, S. Cartwright (ed.) Women and Work, RMIT University Publishing, Melbourne, pp. 155-166.


Document type: Book Chapter
Collection: Book Chapters

Title Gender, emotion and aggression in the workplace
Author(s) Ramirez, A
Wolfram Cox, J
Year 2006
Title of book Women and Work
Publisher RMIT University Publishing
Place of publication Melbourne
Editor(s) S. Charlesworth, K. Douglas, M. Fastenau, S. Cartwright
Start page 155
End page 166
Subjects Organisation and Management Theory
Summary This study explores emotion and aggressive behaviour in a male-dominated organisation, an Australian police force. The study examines the extent to which men's negative emotions are directly associated with their reported experience of aggressive behaviour. One hundred and fifty-nine male participants answered a questionnaire which measured: the intensity of negative feelings, whether or not the intensity of such negative feelings was directly associated with the experience of aggression, and the magnitude of the aggressive behaviour.
Copyright notice © 2006 RMIT University Publishing
Keyword(s) emotions
violence in the workplace
work environment
aggressiveness
police-community relations
police -- Australia
police -- professional relationships
ISBN 1921166274
Versions
Version Filter Type
Access Statistics: 217 Abstract Views  -  Detailed Statistics
Created: Fri, 27 Aug 2010, 15:27:00 EST by Catalyst Administrator
© 2014 RMIT Research Repository • Powered by Fez SoftwareContact us