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Workplace Violence: A Selected Bibliography

Angie Zupancich
M.A. Educational Psychology,
Doctoral Student in Human Resource Development, University of Minnesota

Published: June 1996

Anfuso, D. (1994). Violence-prevention strategies limit legal liabilities. Personnel Journal, 73(10).

Anfuso, D. (1994). Deflecting workplace violence. Personnel Journal, 73(10).

Baron, R. (1989). Personality and organizational conflict: Effects of the Type A behavior pattern and self-monitoring. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 44, 281-296.

Baron, R., & Byrne, D. (1991). Social psychology. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Baron, S. A. (1993). Violence in the workplace. Ventura, CA: Pathfinder Publishing of California.

Bensimon, H. (1994). Violence in the workplace. Training and Development, 48, 26-28.

Branch, W. J. (1993). Dealing with dangerous employees. Security Management, 37(9), 81.

Carlson, S. (1993, October 18). Workplace: One out of four attack on the job, new study shows. St. Paul Pioneer Press, F, 2.

Castelli, J. (1994). On-the-job violence becomes epidemic. (report by National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health). Safety and Health, 149(2).

Capozzoli, T. & McVey, R.S. (1996). Managing violence in the workplace. Delray Beach, FL: St. Lucie Press.

Cawood, J. (1991, September). On the edge: assessing the violent employee. Security Management.

Cummings, T., & Worley, C. (1993). Organization development and change. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing.

Dreyer, R. S. (1994). Fired for cause. Supervision, 55(9).

Elliott, R. & Jarrett, D. (1994). Violence in the workplace: The role of human resource management. Public Personnel Management, 23(2), 287-297.

Fischer, S. (1986). Stress and strategy. London, England: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Friend, D. (1990). Safeguarding your staff. Security Management, 34(6), 57.

Graham, J. (1992, January). Disgruntled employees--ticking time bombs. Security Management.

Hadfield, E. (1993). Emotional contagion. Unpublished paper, University of Hawaii.

Hodgson, K. (1993). Positive steps for screening out workplace violence. Security, 31(1), 67.

Johnson, D. (1994). A team approach to threat assessment. Security Management, 38(9).

Kagan, N., Kagan, H., & Watson, M. (1995). Stress reduction in the workplace: The effectiveness of psychoeducational programs. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 42(1), 71-78.

Kurland, O. Workplace violence. Risk Management, 40(6), 76.

Lissy, W. (1994). Workplace violence. Supervision, 55(4).

Marion, L. (1995). Conflict management and personality type. Dissertation Abstracts (AA19533086).

McCune, J. (1994). Companies grapple with workplace violence. Management Review, 83(3).

McKay, M., Rogers, P., & McKay, J. (1989). When anger hurts. San Francisco, CA: New Harbinger.

Kinney, J., & D. Johnson (Ed.). (1992). National Safe Workplace Institute report. Chicago, IL. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health: Report on workplace violence statistics. (1994). Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Neilson, E. (1976). Understanding and managing intergroup conflict. In P. Lawrence, L. Barnes, and J. Lorsche (Eds.) Organizational behavior and administration (pp. 291-305). Homewood, IL: Richard Irwin.

Northwestern National Life Insurance Company. (1993). Let's be careful out there. Training, 31, 17+.

Prince J. (1993). Fuming over workplace violence. Security Mangement, 35(3), 64.

Soloman, M. (1993, June 4). Study says stress at UPS could provoke violence. Journal of Commerce, B-3.

Solomon, J. (1993, July 19). Waging war in the workplace. Newsweek, 122(3), 30.

Sonkin, D., & Durphy, M. (1982). Learning to live without violence. San Francisco, CA: Volcano Press.

Stuart, P. (1992). Murder on the job. Personnel Journal, 71, 79-88.

Thomas, K. (1976). Conflict and conflict management. In M. Dunnette (Ed.), Handbook of industrial and organization psychology (pp. 889-936). Chicago, IL: Rand McNally.

Toufexis, A. (1994, April 25). Workers who fight firing with fire. Time, 143.

Weisinger, H. (1985). Dr. Weisinger's anger workout book. New York: William Morrow and Compnay, Inc.

Weisinger, H. (1995). Anger at work. New York, NY: William Morrow and Company Incorporated.

White, D. (1995). The exploration of conflict handling style and intra-group conflict as effects in the Lucas model of user behavior. Dissertation Abstracts (AA19535062).

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