Sexual Versus Non-Sexual Workplace Aggression and Victims’ Overall Job Satisfaction: A Meta-Analysis
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A meta-analytic approach was used to examine whether sexual and nonsexual forms of nonviolent workplace aggression (both verbal and nonverbal) share equivalent or differential relationships with victims' overall job satisfaction. When the meta-analytic comparison was restricted to all-female samples to hold victims' gender constant, nonsexual aggression was found to share a significantly stronger negative relationship with victims' overall job satisfaction than was sexual aggression. In addition, nonsexual aggression was found to share a stronger negative link with women's level of job satisfaction than with men's.
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Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, v. 10, issue 2, p. 155-169
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Lapierre, Laurent M.; Spector, Paul E.; and Leck, Joanne D., "Sexual Versus Non-Sexual Workplace Aggression and Victims’ Overall Job Satisfaction: A Meta-Analysis" (2005). Psychology Faculty Publications. 703.