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HORIZON 2020

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MOBBING IN THE WORKPLACE INCORPORATING BULLYING: THEORETICAL INSIGHTS

159.944.4
VVEINHARDT, JOLITA,
PhD in Management Science,
Chief Researcher of Institute of Sport Science and Innovations
Professor of the Department of Management, Economics and Sociology
Lithuanian Sports University
(Kaunas, Lithuania) E-mail: jolita.vveinhardt@gmail.com
ANDRIUKAITIENE, REGINA
PhD in Management Science,
Lecturer of the Department of Management, Economics and Sociology
Lithuanian Sports University
(Kaunas, Lithuania) E-mail: regina.andriukaitiene@gmail.com

MOBBING IN THE WORKPLACE INCORPORATING BULLYING:
THEORETICAL INSIGHTS
Abstract. The problem of mobbing in the workplace incorporating bullying has been looked
into for three decades, at the same time searching for ways of reducing harm to organisations and
their members made by the phenomenon. In Lithuania, single cases of research into the phenomenon
were started only a little more than a decade ago, so both organisations and general public still lack
knowledge about the phenomenon. Besides, variations of the definition of mobbing and bullying
among the definitions of Lithuanian and foreign scientists approves the need in clarification, which
is particularly obvious in the works published in Lithuanian. In this research, theoretical insights into
mobbing in the workplace incorporating bullying are presented, discussing the definitions of mobbing
and bullying as a psychosocial stressor, and the results of studies illustrating harm from mobbing
and bullying.
Keywords: mobbing, bullying, variations of definitions, stress, psychosocial stressors.
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