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The Resource Gender, work stress, and health, edited by Debra L. Nelson and Ronald J. Burke

Gender, work stress, and health, edited by Debra L. Nelson and Ronald J. Burke

Label
Gender, work stress, and health
Title
Gender, work stress, and health
Statement of responsibility
edited by Debra L. Nelson and Ronald J. Burke
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Provides valuable and timely insights on the issue of gender differences and work stress. The authors examine a wide range of contemporary and cutting-edge topics in their exploration of these themes, including glass ceilings/maternal walls, marginalization of part-time work, tokenism, social-sexual behavior in the workplace, economy-related job insecurity, corporate masculinity, gender role strain, gender roles and coping, masculine expectations, workaholism, negative affect personality, work-home conflict and cross-over stress, and enhancement hypothesis. This books can serve the mental health practitioner and the business minded individual interested in reducing work-related stress. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2004 APA, all rights reserved)
Dewey number
158.7/2/082
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1956-
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  • Nelson, Debra L.
  • Burke, Ronald J
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  • Job stress
  • Sex role
  • Sex factors in disease
  • Stress, Psychological
Label
Gender, work stress, and health, edited by Debra L. Nelson and Ronald J. Burke
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • Women and corporate restructuring : sources and consequences of stress
  • Rekha Karambayya
  • Assessing the role of negative affectivity in occupational stress research : does gender make a difference?
  • Steve M. Jex,
  • Gary A. Adams,
  • Michele L. Ehler
  • Work stress, coping, and social support : implications for women's occupational well-being
  • Esther R. Greenglass
  • Do men and women benefit from social support equally? : Results from a field examination within the work and family context
  • Pamela L. Perrewé,
  • A framework for examining gender, work stress, and health
  • Dawn S. Carlson
  • The allocation of time to work and family roles
  • Jeffrey H. Greenhaus,
  • Saroj Parasuraman
  • Gender asymmetry in crossover research
  • Mina Westman
  • Reduced work arrangements for managers and professionals : a potential solution to conflicting demands
  • Marcia Brumit Kropf
  • Reduced-load work arrangements : response to stress or quest for integrity of functioning?
  • Mary Dean Lee,
  • Debra L. Nelson,
  • Shelley M. MacDermid,
  • Michelle L. Buck
  • An affirmative defense : the preventive management of sexual harassment
  • Myrtle P. Bell,
  • Cyndy S. Cycyota,
  • James Campbell Quick
  • Do family-friendly policies fulfill their promise? : An investigation of their impact on work-family conflict and work and personal outcomes
  • Hazel M. Rosin,
  • Karen Korabik
  • New directions for studying gender, work stress, and health
  • Ronald J. Burke
  • Debra L. Nelson,
  • Ronald J. Burke,
  • Susan Michie
  • Managerial stress : are women more at risk?
  • Sandra L. Fielden,
  • Cary L. Cooper
  • Men, masculinity, and health
  • Ronald J. Burke
Control code
ocn227018083
Edition
1st ed
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 260 pages)
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)227018083
Label
Gender, work stress, and health, edited by Debra L. Nelson and Ronald J. Burke
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • Women and corporate restructuring : sources and consequences of stress
  • Rekha Karambayya
  • Assessing the role of negative affectivity in occupational stress research : does gender make a difference?
  • Steve M. Jex,
  • Gary A. Adams,
  • Michele L. Ehler
  • Work stress, coping, and social support : implications for women's occupational well-being
  • Esther R. Greenglass
  • Do men and women benefit from social support equally? : Results from a field examination within the work and family context
  • Pamela L. Perrewé,
  • A framework for examining gender, work stress, and health
  • Dawn S. Carlson
  • The allocation of time to work and family roles
  • Jeffrey H. Greenhaus,
  • Saroj Parasuraman
  • Gender asymmetry in crossover research
  • Mina Westman
  • Reduced work arrangements for managers and professionals : a potential solution to conflicting demands
  • Marcia Brumit Kropf
  • Reduced-load work arrangements : response to stress or quest for integrity of functioning?
  • Mary Dean Lee,
  • Debra L. Nelson,
  • Shelley M. MacDermid,
  • Michelle L. Buck
  • An affirmative defense : the preventive management of sexual harassment
  • Myrtle P. Bell,
  • Cyndy S. Cycyota,
  • James Campbell Quick
  • Do family-friendly policies fulfill their promise? : An investigation of their impact on work-family conflict and work and personal outcomes
  • Hazel M. Rosin,
  • Karen Korabik
  • New directions for studying gender, work stress, and health
  • Ronald J. Burke
  • Debra L. Nelson,
  • Ronald J. Burke,
  • Susan Michie
  • Managerial stress : are women more at risk?
  • Sandra L. Fielden,
  • Cary L. Cooper
  • Men, masculinity, and health
  • Ronald J. Burke
Control code
ocn227018083
Edition
1st ed
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 260 pages)
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)227018083

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