I present a creative writing case study of workplace bullying using three stories: Story 1—The Writing Context contextualizes the case study’s development in an Australian higher education institution; Story 2—The Writing Process describes the creative writing process, including interpretation of public domain secondary empirical sources enmeshed with a writer’s imagination; and Story 3—The Writing Product presents a creative writing case study of workplace bullying. Interleaved with these three stories of context, process, and product are fragments of my more reflective and reflexive story—A Writer’s Tale—shared to assist reader understanding of some of the ambiguous, paradoxical, and pernicious outcomes of workplace bullying, while also offering insights into the challenges facing those choosing to use creative writing in their scholarly work.
Vickers, Margaret H.
"Three Stories—And a Writer’s Tale: A Creative Writing Case
Study of Workplace Bullying,"
Organization Management Journal: Vol. 10:
2, Article 9.
Available at: https://scholarship.shu.edu/omj/vol10/iss2/9