Organizational Perceived Victimization and Aggressive Behaviour as a Defence Against Others’ Aggression Among Hospital Employees
Ilknur Ozturk1, Anjelika Huseyinzade Simsek2
1Ilknur Ozturk, Faculty Department of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Cag University, 33800, Mersin, Turkey.
2Anjelika Huseyinzade Simsek, Department of Vocational School of Higher Education, Cag University, 33800, Mersin, Turkey.
Manuscript received on 19 March 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 27 March 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 July 2019 | PP: 1340-1344 | Volume-8 Issue-2, July 2019 | Retrieval Number: B1957078219/19©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.B1957.078219
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Abstract: This study investigates the relationship among perceived victimisation and aggressive behaviour in terms of demographic variables of employees of private hospitals. We explored whether the perceived victimisation could lead to aggressive behaviour toward perpetrator as a coping strategy. Participants were 142 employees of 3 private hospitals in city of Mersin, Turkey. Questionnaire included questions according to demographical variables, Perceived Victimization Scale developed by  and Aggressive Behaviour Scale by . Pearson’s correlation and descriptive statistical analysis were done. The data obtained from this work reveal that female perceive indirect victimisation more than males, as age and professional experience increases the likelihood of aggressive behaviour toward perpetrator increases too.
Keywords: Perceived Victimization, Aggressive Behaviour, Organizational Aggression, Hospital
Scope of the Article: Behaviour of Structures