The Resource Work and mental health in social context, Mark Tausig, Rudy Fenwick

Work and mental health in social context, Mark Tausig, Rudy Fenwick

Label
Work and mental health in social context
Title
Work and mental health in social context
Statement of responsibility
Mark Tausig, Rudy Fenwick
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
NLM
Dewey number
613.62
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Social disparities in health and health care
Label
Work and mental health in social context, Mark Tausig, Rudy Fenwick
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Contents note continued: 3.Organizational Determinants of Job Stressors -- Overview -- Conceptualizing Organizational Structures and Practices -- Organizations as "Rational" Systems -- Organizations as Structures of "Control" -- Organizations in the Post-Fordist Era: Flexible Work Systems -- Informal Work Structures -- Summary -- References -- 4.Occupational Determinants of Job Stress: Socioeconomic Status and Segmented Labor Markets -- Overview -- Socioeconomic Status, Occupations, and Stress -- Segmented Labor Markets -- Segmented Labor Markets and Stressful Jobs -- Segmentation by Population Groups: "Split Labor Markets" -- Post-Fordist Labor Markets -- Summary -- References -- 5.Macroeconomic Change, Unemployment, and Job Stress -- Overview -- Economic Contractions and the Labor Market -- Health Effects of Economic Contraction -- Economic Change and Population Health -- Individual Experiences with Unemployment --
  • Contents note continued: The Macroeconomic Context or Work and Stress: Linking the Macro to the Micro -- Summary -- References -- 6.Institutional Factors -- Introduction -- Organizational Environments -- Resource and Institutional Environments -- New Forms of Organization and Work -- The Flexible Work System and Its Consequences -- The Labor Market as Environment -- Women and Job Stress in the Context of Institutional Change -- Summary -- References -- 7.Work and Mental Health in Social Context -- Work and Job Stress -- Contributions to the Sociological Study of Labor Markets -- The Sociological Model of Job Stress -- Contributions to the Explanation of Social Determinants of Health -- Contributions to the Sociological Study of the Stress-Process Model -- Contributions to the Study of Job Stress -- Limits -- Theoretical Concerns -- Design Concerns -- The Utility of the Model -- References
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Job Stress and Where It Comes from -- Introduction -- The Evolution of Job Stress Research -- A Note on the Meaning of Job Stress -- The Sociology of Job Stress -- Job Conditions -- Organizations -- The Labor Market -- Macroeconomic Change -- Institutional Environments -- The Full Model -- Data Considerations -- Organization of the Book -- References -- 2.Job Structures, Job Stress, and Mental Health -- Job Structures and Stress -- Job Structures as Stressors -- Theoretical Models of the Stressor-Stress Relationship (P-E Fit) -- Theoretical Models of the Stressor-Stress Relationship (Demand-Control) -- Theoretical Models of the Stressor-Stress Relationship (Job Demands-Resources) -- Stress-Related Health Outcomes -- Physical Health -- Mental Health -- General Indicators of Distress -- The Limits of Demand-Control Theory -- Beyond the Limits of an Individual-Based Explanation of Job Stress -- References --
Control code
000048378060
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xi, 190 p.
Isbn
9781461406242
Lccn
2011934051
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.b26560859
System control number
  • (OCoLC)768773020
  • eblnew1461406242

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