2023, Vol. 4, Issue 1, Part A
A bibliometric analysis of workplace bullying and turnover intention
Author(s): Rosy Dhall and Dr. Aarti
Abstract: The main goal of this investigation was to undertake a thorough bibliometric review of previous studies on bullying in the workplace. To conduct our bibliometric analysis, we undertook a Boolean search of Scopus for the years 1994-2021, retrieving 149 relevant documents. Graphical tendencies in the field under study were displayed using the VosViewer programme. Our analysis demonstrates that bullying at work has been extensively covered in the media and in scholarly literature over the past decade. Additionally, our findings demonstrate that workplace bullying occurs in both developed and developing countries. The United States, Australia, and Canada lead the pack when it comes to publishing on this topic, and that trend looks certain to continue. It is also important to note that leading journals such as the "Journal of Nursing Management," "Work and Stress, Employee Relations," "Journal of Interpersonal Violence," and the "International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health" regularly publish rigorous studies on bullying in the workplace. The most often recurring keywords in the abstract were "workplace bullying," "intention to leave," "harassment," and "bullying." Participants in these studies tend to be medical students, interns, or residents. If the statistics are to be believed, stopping this kind of violence and contributing to the dissemination of relevant information is of the extreme significance.
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Rosy Dhall, Dr. Aarti. A bibliometric analysis of workplace bullying and turnover intention. Asian J Manage Commerce 2023;4(1):57-65.