Mobbing in the Context of a Woman's Life

  • Rachel Morrison Kenney University of Waterloo
Keywords: workplace mobbing, mobbing in academe

Abstract

This article describes the traumatic experience of a target of workplace mobbing in the context of one strong, mature, and resilient woman's life. Whereas personal stories can easily get lost in statistical surveys and theoretical treasties, this description of one woman's experience stands to deepen our understanding of the consequences of mobbing. This article is a product of the Research Program on Academic Mobbing at the University of Waterloo, Canada, under the direction of Kenneth Westhues, Professor of Sociology.

Author Biography

Rachel Morrison Kenney, University of Waterloo
Rachel Morrison Kenney is a PhD Candidate in the department of Industrial/Organizational Psychology at the University of Waterloo. She is a former research associate in the Research Program for Academic Mobbing at the University of Waterloo under the direction of Kenneth Westhues, Professor Emeritus of Sociology.
Published
2014-06-17