GENDER ISSUES IN WORKPLACE VIOLENCE

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STAICULESCU Ana Rodica;
(2012)
  • Journal: Revista economica,volume Supplement,issue 2,pages356-363

This paper is a response to the problem of workplace gender violence and the power relationships between males and females in organizational theory. Victimization based on gender is afflicting society as a whole, but is also relevant to the construction of social attitu... View more
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