Social Aggression, Harassment, and/or Stalking

Anti-Bullying

Contributions to this Social Aggression, Harassment, and Stalking section underscore each of these activities as implicitly communicative. By engaging in these activities, individuals communicate volumes about their perceptions of self and others. Understanding how these activities get constructed and the meanings that emerge through them equips us to take steps toward altering behaviors.

Resources 

Ksobiech, K. (n.d.). UW-W DASH (Dating, Aggression, Stalking and Harassment) Survey. 

Murley, K., & Ksobiech, K. (2014). UWW DASH (Dating, Aggression, Stalking and Harassment) Survey: Preliminary Results. Poster presented at the Undergraduate Research Project Day, UW-Whitewater. 

Spitzberg, B. H., & Cupach, W. R. (2014). The dark side of relationship pursuit: From attraction to obsession and stalking (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Routledge.

Vance, K., & Ksobiech, K. (2014). Cyber-Stalking Among UW-Whitewater Students. Poster presented at the Undergraduate Research Project Day, UW-Whitewater.