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|Posté le: Lun 19 Juin - 14:52 (2017) Sujet du message: An Education In Victimisation: Personal Experiences Of Work
Essential reading for anyone who is, or is thinking of becoming, a teacher, this book details my personal experiences of workplace victimisation with the New South Wales Department of Education. It then goes on to place my personal experiences in the context of international research into mobbing. It should inform attempts to gain legal justice for victims of mobbing. First mobbing must be identified as a form of violence. This book also raised fundamental questions about the abuse of psychiatry by governments. 'HealthQuesting' was even more common than I had envisaged at the time of my own victimisation. As far as I know of its victims has yet to be given justice, let alone compensation. This book is a warning to anyone who trusts the Government. Anyone who believes that the Government will be held accountable by the legal justice system. Finally this book is a call for the socialisation of the legal profession. As long as only the rich can afford legal justice, we cannot speak of a 'justice system'.
bound: 213 pages
publisher: TROONATNOOR (October 8, 2015)
filesize: 375 KB