Talk:Motivation and emotion/Book/2013/Bullying and emotion

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Hi Jane, there are actually 5 types of bullying: physical, verbal, social, psychological and cyber. Just had a group do a very indepth version of this topic in my Social Psychology class. You can also find amazing stats on you tube vids. Hope this helps! Olivia Poscoliero (discusscontribs) 09:28, 30 October 2013 (UTC)

Hi Jane

I emailed you that YouTube clip that we talked about. Might be an interesting idea for your multimedia.

Do you want me to send you that reference on workplace mobbing that I found? I'm pretty sure I have it as a pdf to save you having to find it. Wonder if the same thing happens in a school environment?

V VanessaQ (discusscontribs) 12:12, 16 October 2013 (UTC)

Source[edit source]

From news and articles, "The Story of Bullying". --Aaqib talk 21:37, 27 October 2013 (UTC)

workplace bullying[edit source]

Hey there, I was wondering if you were going to delve into workplace bullying? I find that this kind of bullying is just as emotionally terrible. I found this online book which I thought could be handy if you wanted to look more into it. I also found another website, that deals with bullying in the workplace. It's in the UC library, but if you can't access it through the link, it's called "coping with bullying in the workplace' by Anna Hogh & Andrea Dofradottir (2010) I hope this information is useful to you. Good luck! DorisWeasley (discusscontribs) 10:49, 28 October 2013 (UTC)

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This is a beautifully presented chapter, with great practical application - great job!

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Appropriate theories are identified and explored in sufficient detail for the target audience. Practical application is incorporated particularly well. To improve further, include some evidence of critical thinking throughout.

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Interesting research is used very well throughout this chapter. The introduction and statistics sections are a great idea to pull the reader in. Once again, critically evaluating the literature will improve the work.

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Beautifully presented and well written. This chapter follows a clear and logical structure. Well done for including the interactive quiz. APA is generally well done. To improve further, try to include some more links throughout the text. ShaunaB (discusscontribs)

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The flow of this presentation is very good. Research is well integrated, while theory could have been touched-on a little more.

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