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

Publication Info. Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Assoc., 2002.


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 University of Saint Joseph: Pope Pius XII Library - Internet  WORLD WIDE WEB E-BOOK EBSCO    Downloadable
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Edition First edition.
Description 1 online resource (xii, 260 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents A framework for examining gender, work stress, and health / Debra L. Nelson, Ronald J. Burke -- Managerial stress : are women more at risk? / Sandra L. Fielden, Cary L. Cooper -- Men, masculinity, and health / Ronald J. Burke -- 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, 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, 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 / Debra L. Nelson, Ronald J. Burke, Susan Michie.
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).
Note Description based on print version record.
GMD: electronic resource.
Subject Job stress -- Health aspects.
Sex role -- Health aspects.
Sex factors in disease.
Stress, Psychological.
Gender Identity.
Sex Factors.
Added Author Nelson, Debra L., 1956-
Burke, Ronald J.
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