Dana Kabat-Farr

Associate Professor

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Related Information


Email: kabatfarr@dal.ca
Phone: 902-494-8999
Mailing Address: 
Kenneth C. Rowe Management Building, Room 5086
6100 University Ave, PO Box 15000
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 4R2
 
Research Topics:
  • Incivility in the workplace
  • Gender and diversity at work
  • Positive organizational behaviour
  • Emotion in organizations
  • Sexual harassment
  • Gender harassment

Education

  • BA (University of Michigan)
  • MA (University of Michigan)
  • PhD (University of Michigan)

Research Interests

Dana Kabat-Farr's research focuses on workplace social experiences – both negative (incivility, harassment) and positive (citizenship). She has examined (1) relationships between workgroup "tokenism" and gender harassment, (2) incivility as covert discrimination against women and people of colour, and (3) positive and negative experiences that influence employees' ability to thrive.

Selected Publications

  • Five ways to reduce rudeness in the remote workplace. Kabat-Farr, D., & Labelle-Deraspe, R. Harvard Business Review, Aug. 19  (2021)
  • Selective incivility: An insidious form of discrimination. Kabat-Farr, D., Settles, I., & Cortina, L.M. Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion: An International Journal 39(3), 253-260  (2020)   doi: 10.1108/EDI-09-2019-0239
  • Failing to be family-supportive: Implications for supervisors. Walsh, B., Matthews, R.A., Toumbeva, T., Kabat-Farr, D., Shapiro, J., & Pavisic, I. F Journal of Management 45(7), 2952-2977 (2019)  doi: 10.1177/0149206318774621
  • Sexual harrassment in healthcare: A psychological perspective. Kabat-Farr, D., & Crumley, E. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing 24(1) (2019)  doi: 10.3912/OJIN.Vol24No01Man04
  • Researching rudeness: The past, present, and future of the science of incivility. Cortina, L.M., Kabat-Farr, D., Magley, V. & Nelson, K. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 22(3), 299-313 (2017). doi:10.1037/ocp000008

Current Teaching

  • MGMT 2303  People, Work and Organizations: Micro Organizational Behaviour
  • BUSS 6302  Seminar on Micro Organizational Behaviour