The Coercive Community College : Bullying and its Costly Impact on the Mission to Serve Underrepresented Populations

By: Hollis, Leah PMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandDiversity in Higher Education: Publisher: Bradford, West Yorkshire : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016Description: 1 online resource (193 p.)ISBN: 9781786355973Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Coercive Community College : Bullying and its Costly Impact on the Mission to Serve Underrepresented PopulationsDDC classification: 378 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- The Coercive Community College: Bullying and Its Costly Impact on the Mission to Serve Underrepresented Populations -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Foreword -- Introduction: Getting More with Honey -- References -- Chapter 1 Bruising the Bottom Line: Cost of Workplace Bullying and the Compromised Access for Underrepresented Community Co... -- Introduction -- Purpose -- Literature Review -- Negative Effects of Workplace Bullying -- Negative Health Effects -- Negative Fiscal Effects -- Theoretical Frame: Emotional Labor -- Significance to Leadership
Methods -- Research Questions -- Data Collection -- Data Analysis -- Reliability -- Internal and External Validity -- Limitations -- Delimitations -- Results -- Results Regarding Extent of Bullying -- Results Regarding Cost -- Anti-Bullying Policies -- Discussion -- Recommendations -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 2 When the President Is Bullied: A Diverse Sample of Narratives that Chronicle the Effect on the Community College ... -- Introduction -- Presidential Reflection -- Conceptual Framework: The Influence of Culture -- The Culture Management Model -- Significance to Leadership
Method -- Limitations of the Study -- Data Collection -- Central Research Question -- Problem Statement -- Purpose -- Validity -- Findings Based on Narratives -- The "First" President -- Heavy Is the Head that Wears the Crown -- Honesty Should Be the Best Policy -- It Takes a Village … -- Emergent Themes from the Narratives -- Theme #1: Bullied by the Community -- Theme #2: Bullied by Faculty -- Theme #3: Bullied because of Insufficient Board Support -- Recommendations from Presidential Narratives -- Conclusion -- References -- Further Reading
Chapter 3 Color Outside the Lines: The Impact of Workplace Bullying on People of Color Working in Community Colleges -- Introduction -- Theoretical Frame - Equal Opportunity Theory -- Purpose of Study -- Rationale for Examining People of Color -- Significance to Leadership -- The Study -- Problem Statement -- Methods -- Research Question -- Sub Question -- Findings Reporting Specifically on People of Color -- Open-Ended Comments -- Who is the Bully in Academe? -- How Did the Organization Respond? -- Discussion -- Recommendations -- Conclusion -- References
Chapter 4 The Importance of Professor Civility in a Computer-Based Open-Access Environment for a Minority-Serving Institution -- Introduction -- Developmental Education and Community Colleges -- Computer-Based Instruction -- Theoretical Framework -- Significance to Leadership -- The Study -- Purpose -- Problem Statement -- Central Research Question -- Limitations -- Delimitations -- Research Methods -- Reliability -- Findings -- Student Sample -- Data Analysis -- Open-Ended Comments from the Students -- Discussion -- Recommendations -- Conclusion -- References
Chapter 5 Labor Intensive: Workplace Bullying, Union Membership, and Unrealized Civil Rights for People of Color
Summary: Few studies address workplace bullying in American higher education. Leah P.Hollis, EdD, author of Bully in the Ivory Tower addressed the issue of workplace bullying in four-year institutions. This volume, The Coercive Community College, replicates the study to reveal that 64% of community college respondents are affected by workplace bullying.
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Front Cover -- The Coercive Community College: Bullying and Its Costly Impact on the Mission to Serve Underrepresented Populations -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Foreword -- Introduction: Getting More with Honey -- References -- Chapter 1 Bruising the Bottom Line: Cost of Workplace Bullying and the Compromised Access for Underrepresented Community Co... -- Introduction -- Purpose -- Literature Review -- Negative Effects of Workplace Bullying -- Negative Health Effects -- Negative Fiscal Effects -- Theoretical Frame: Emotional Labor -- Significance to Leadership

Methods -- Research Questions -- Data Collection -- Data Analysis -- Reliability -- Internal and External Validity -- Limitations -- Delimitations -- Results -- Results Regarding Extent of Bullying -- Results Regarding Cost -- Anti-Bullying Policies -- Discussion -- Recommendations -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 2 When the President Is Bullied: A Diverse Sample of Narratives that Chronicle the Effect on the Community College ... -- Introduction -- Presidential Reflection -- Conceptual Framework: The Influence of Culture -- The Culture Management Model -- Significance to Leadership

Method -- Limitations of the Study -- Data Collection -- Central Research Question -- Problem Statement -- Purpose -- Validity -- Findings Based on Narratives -- The "First" President -- Heavy Is the Head that Wears the Crown -- Honesty Should Be the Best Policy -- It Takes a Village … -- Emergent Themes from the Narratives -- Theme #1: Bullied by the Community -- Theme #2: Bullied by Faculty -- Theme #3: Bullied because of Insufficient Board Support -- Recommendations from Presidential Narratives -- Conclusion -- References -- Further Reading

Chapter 3 Color Outside the Lines: The Impact of Workplace Bullying on People of Color Working in Community Colleges -- Introduction -- Theoretical Frame - Equal Opportunity Theory -- Purpose of Study -- Rationale for Examining People of Color -- Significance to Leadership -- The Study -- Problem Statement -- Methods -- Research Question -- Sub Question -- Findings Reporting Specifically on People of Color -- Open-Ended Comments -- Who is the Bully in Academe? -- How Did the Organization Respond? -- Discussion -- Recommendations -- Conclusion -- References

Chapter 4 The Importance of Professor Civility in a Computer-Based Open-Access Environment for a Minority-Serving Institution -- Introduction -- Developmental Education and Community Colleges -- Computer-Based Instruction -- Theoretical Framework -- Significance to Leadership -- The Study -- Purpose -- Problem Statement -- Central Research Question -- Limitations -- Delimitations -- Research Methods -- Reliability -- Findings -- Student Sample -- Data Analysis -- Open-Ended Comments from the Students -- Discussion -- Recommendations -- Conclusion -- References

Chapter 5 Labor Intensive: Workplace Bullying, Union Membership, and Unrealized Civil Rights for People of Color

Few studies address workplace bullying in American higher education. Leah P.Hollis, EdD, author of Bully in the Ivory Tower addressed the issue of workplace bullying in four-year institutions. This volume, The Coercive Community College, replicates the study to reveal that 64% of community college respondents are affected by workplace bullying.

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Edited by Leah P. Hollis, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD, USA

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