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Skip module menu and go to content. Online Catalogue Main page Highlights Findings Figures Methodology Bibliography More information Criminal victimization in the workplace in PDF version Other issues of the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics Profile Series


Besserer, S. and C. Trainor, 2000. “Criminal Victimization in Canada, 1999”, Juristat. Catalogue no. 85-002-XPE, Vol. 20, no. 10. Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics. Ottawa: Statistics Canada.

Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, 2005. Violence in the Workplace. (accessed on January 9, 2007)

De Léséleuc, S and J. Brzozowski, 2006. “Victimization and Offending in Canada’s Territories” Profile. Catalogue no. 85F0033MWE. Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics. Ottawa: Statistics Canada.

Dupré, K.E. and J. Barling, 2003. “The prediction and prevention of workplace aggression and violence” , Unpublished manuscript, Memorial University, St. John’s.

Gannon, M. 2005. General Social Survey on Victimization, Cycle 18: An Overview of Findings. Catalogue no. 85-565-XIE. Ottawa: Statistics Canada.

Gannon, M. and K. Mihorean, 2005. “Criminal Victimization in Canada, 2005”, Juristat. Catalogue no. 85-002-XPE, Vol. 25, no. 7. Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics. Ottawa: Statistics Canada.

Greenberg, L. and J. Barling, 1999. “Predicting employee aggression against coworkers, subordinates and supervisors: The roles of person behaviours and perceived workplace factors”, Journal of Organizational Behavior,  Vol. 20, no. 6, pp. 897-913.

Hesketh, K., S. Duncan, C. Estabrooks, M. Reimer, P. Giovannetti, K. Hyndman, S. Acorn, 2003. “Workplace violence in Alberta and British Columbia hospitals”, Health Policy, Vol. 63, no. 3. pp. 311-321.

LeBlanc, M. and K. Kelloway, 2002. “Predictors and Outcomes of Workplace Violence and Aggression”, Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 87, no.3. pp. 444-453.

LeBlanc, M. and J. Barling, 2004. “Workplace Aggression”, Current Directions in Psychological Science, Vol. 13. no. 1. pp. 9-12.

Pizzino, A. 2002. “Dealing with violence in the workplace: the experience of Canadian unions”, Violence at Work, Causes, Patterns and Prevention. Portland: Willan Publishing.

Macdonald, G. and F. Sirotich, 2005. “Violence in the social work workplace, The Canadian experience”, International Social Work, Vol. 48, no. 6. pp. 772-781.

Runyan, C., M. Bowling, M. Schulman, S. Gallagher, 2005. “Potential for violence against teenage retail workers in the United States”, Journal of Adolescent Health, Vol. 36, no.3. pp. 267.e1-267.e5.


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