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(p. 83) Work Stress and Coping in Organizations: Progress and Prospects 

(p. 83) Work Stress and Coping in Organizations: Progress and Prospects
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(p. 83) Work Stress and Coping in Organizations: Progress and Prospects
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Ronald J. Burke

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10.1093/med:psych/9780198508144.003.0005
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date: 21 October 2019

Chapter 5 discusses work stress and coping in organizations. It reviews the coping literature focusing on the workplace, presents a framework for the study of coping in organizations (including the organizational environment, cognitive appraisal, individual stress and coping behaviours). It discusses managerial health and well-being, the psychological effects of organizational change, and draws conclusions about coping with work stress.

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