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Handbook of Work Stress
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Focuses primarily on identifying the different sources of work stress across different contexts and individuals. Part I focuses on work stressors that have been studied for decades (e.g., organizational-role stressors, work schedules) as well as stressors that have received less empirical and public scrutiny (e.g., industrial-relations stress, organizational politics).  It also addresses stressors in the workplace that have become relevant more recently (e.g., terrorism). Part II covers issues related to gender, cultural or national origin, older and younger workers, and employment status, and asks how these characteristics might affect the experience of workplace stress. Julian Barling, E. Kevin Kelloway, and Michael R. Frone, eds. Available through SAGE Knowledge.

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Vendor Name:Sage Publications
Research Guides: Business, Psychology
Coverage:2004 ed.
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