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Diversity and Climate at UWM:
A Campus Conversation
March 11, 2011
Dissertator, Urban Education Doctoral Program
“As a student in college you are being bullied when someone who is more powerful than you deliberately and repeatedly tries to hurt you by: (1) attacking you verbally, using harmful words or names; (2) attacking you physically; (3) making obscene gestures towards you; or (4) intentionally isolating you or excluding you from a social group.” (Chappell et al., 2004, p. 57)
“Bullying is defined as repeated and persistent negative acts towards one or more individual(s), which involve a perceived power imbalance and create a hostile work environment(cf. Einarsen, 1996; Hoel & Cooper, 2000; Zapf et al., 1996). Bullying is thus a form of interpersonalaggression or hostile, anti-social behaviour in the workplace.” (Salin, 2003, pp. 1214-1215, italics in original)
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