Ethnicity, workplace bullying, social support and psychological strain in Aotearoa/New Zealand

New Zealand Journal of Psychology Vol. 42, No. 2, 2013. This research explored whether respondents who self-identified as New Zealand Europeans experienced less bullying and less severe outcomes than those who self-identified as Māori, Pacific Island or other ethnic groups. Social support was also examined as a potential buffer against the negative effects of bullying – Read more here.

  • Dianne Gardner, Massey University
  • Tim Bentley, Auckland University of Technology
  • Bevan Catley, Massey University
  • Helena Cooper-Thomas, The University of Auckland
  • Michael O’Driscoll, University of Waikato
  • Linda Trenberth, University of London, UK

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