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Abusive supervision podcast and article
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Engulfed in the abyss: The emergence of abusive supervision as an escalating process of supervisorsubordinate interaction
Human Relations published ahead of print 21 November 2013,
Click to listen to the podcast, in which Dr Stefan Klaussner discusses with Human Relations Associate Media Editor, Hazel Westwood, how supervisor-subordinate interaction can escalate in organisations. Posted November 2013.
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Melissa Tyler discussed her study of sales workers in Soho sex shops with Laurie Taylor on BBC Radio 4’s Thinking Allowed in a programme about bohemian Soho, London.
Tainted love: From dirty work to abject labour in Soho's sex shops
Human Relations, November 2011; 64(11): 14771500
Thinking Allowed podcast: Bohemian Soho
BBC Radio 4, first broadcast 11 September, 2013.
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