October 19, 2008

Wanted case study for The Guardian

Sophie Robehmed is writing an article for The Guardian on bullying at work of recent graduates. She urgently needs a graduate, recent graduate in the last three years or someone of graduate age who is willing to be identified.

If you are interested, please contact Sophie on sophierobehmed@live.com


Anonymous said...

Well done the Guardian and Sophie... I was listening tonight to File on Four on the radio - analysis of the banking crisis and was struck by similarities with that crisis and the moral bankruptcy in our universities... the self regulation of the banks and guess what... the self regulation of the universities... and the conspiracy of silence and guess what.. the conspiracy of silence in my university.... the problem is our capitalist society probably doesn't care about moral bankruptcy only the monetary kind...

Aphra Behn

Anonymous said...

Additional contributors - what then is a contributor?

Aphra Behn

Pierre-Joseph Proudhon said...

Anybody like you who contributes comments, posts, info or other relevant material to the blog on a regular basis. We are lucky enough to have some of them who prefer to stay anonymous, and like yourself, comment regularly or post often. We welcome more contributors and more contributions.

Anonymous said...

This blog has been a lifesaver for those of us who have experienced behaviour that feels like workplace bullying.

It is a place where our experiences are validated and acknowledged.

It is also a place where we can read about the research into wpb and get information that empowers us.

We remain anonymous through fear.

Thank you for all that you do.

In solidarity

Aphra Behn