By Alexander Abdennur.
This books deals with the identification and control of camouflaged aggression in organizations, from small businesses to multinational corporations and governments. Here you will find descriptions of patterns of camouflaged aggression within the workplace, such as time and information manipulation, withdrawal, inaccessibility, entrapment and undermining the sense of security. The book also discusses the role of personality and ideological factors in the augmentation, transmission and normalization of camouflaged aggression. The author analyzes the impact of this non-violent aggression on mental health and on productivity, and its possible function in explosive violence and random mass murder. The final chapter suggests strategies for the identification, prevention and management of camouflaged aggression in the workplace.
Publisher: Detselig Enterprises