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Stress and Distress Among the Unemployed

Hard Times and Vulnerable People (Springer Studies in Work and Industry)

by Clifford L. Broman

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  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Employment & unemployment,
  • Sociology, Social Studies,
  • Stress (Psychology),
  • Unemployment,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Psychology,
  • Industrial & Organizational Psychology,
  • Labor,
  • Structural Adjustment,
  • Business & Economics / Labor,
  • Business & Economics : Structural Adjustment,
  • Psychology : Industrial & Organizational Psychology,
  • Social Science / Sociology / General,
  • Clinical Psychology,
  • Psychological aspects,
  • Unemployed

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages238
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10324993M
    ISBN 100306463296
    ISBN 109780306463297

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      Combating Stress for the Unemployed. By Penny Singer. Low self-esteem brought on by irrational guilt and shame over losing a job, Dr. Nieberg added, is . Psychological and Emotional Impact of Unemployment Michael Borrero University of Connecticut Follow this and additional works at: Part of theClinical and Medical Social Work Commons, and theSocial Work Commons This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Social Work at ScholarWorks at WMU.

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Employing both large-scale surveys and in-depth interviews, the authors document the mental health effects on workers caused by the closure of four General Motor plants. They paint a portrait of how t. Stress and Distress among the Unemployed Hard Times and Vulnerable People.

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See search results for this Format: Hardcover. Loss of work and how it impacts workers and their families is also at the heart of the book, Stress and Distress among the Unemployed. The authors studied automobile workers employed by the General Motors Corporation (GM) in Detroit and Flint, Michigan, over a 3-year period ().

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Introduction: Stress and the Life Course during Hard times --Micro versus Macro Approaches --Stress and Coping Models --The Stress Process --Events versus Processes --Unemployment as a Stressor --Consequences of the Stress Process --The Study: Sites, Sample.

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[Clifford L Broman; V Lee Hamilton; William S Hoffman] -- Employing both large-scale surveys and in-depth interviews, the authors document the mental health effects on workers caused by the closure of four General Motor plants. They paint a portrait of how.

Lee "Stress and Distress among the Unemployed Hard Times and Vulnerable People" por Clifford L. Broman disponible en Rakuten Kobo. Employing both large-scale surveys and in-depth interviews, the authors document the mental health effects on workers ca Brand: Springer US. Mental Health Depression Symptom Unemployed Worker Psychological Resource Symbolic Capital These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

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Broman, V. Lee Hamilton, William S. Hoffman. chological distress among the unemployed. Our objective was to examine the main and interactive role of EI and CSE in the prediction of indicators for happiness, depression, stress, and anxiety.

This book is a monologue about anything that came to the mind of this author throughout his life. It has no clear focus, and very little about stress or distress. Mostly, it is about how we should conduct our lives- mainly, that we should conduct our lives like he conducts his/5.

Additionally, middle-aged men and women, especially those who are unemployed, experience the highest levels of psychological distress. In some cases, the psychological distress of joblessness. was to examine loneliness as predictor of depression among unemployed.

The scale of loneliness and Beck Depression Inventory II were administered on 68 unemployed participants age ranging from   Unemployment and job loss stress can affect your health in an unusual way. It is important to take care of yourself at such times. This means looking for your physical and emotional need as well as manages the stress in a better way.

Taking care of your health is vital in managing stress caused by unemployment or job loss. Stress in the Health Care Professions.

Numerous recent studies have explored work stress among health care personnel in many countries. Investigators have assessed work stress among medical technicians, 25 radiation therapists, 26 social workers, 27 occupational therapists, 28 physicians, 29–33 and collections of health care staff across disciplines.

34–38 Most of the studies focused on Cited by:   How to Manage Stress and Stay Positive While Unemployed Being unemployed when you really have no desire to be unemployed really is the. Procrastinating was higher among singles, in unemployed (vs employed and on pension), and students.

Cleary, procrastination, as we assessed it, was associated with a high level of perceived stress, depressiveness, anxiety, fatigue and reduced life satisfaction across a whole range of domains (work, leisure time etc.).Cited by: The relationships between stress and psychological distress were investigated among a cohort of trainee secondary school teachers in England.

Specifically, the study examined the structure of a Teacher Stress Scale and its relationship to mental health as measured by the 12‐item General Health by:.

ing to unemployed female managers, conducted by the authors (F ielden and Davidson, ). T his paper aims to present a review and comparative research model illustrating sources of stress, mod-erators of stress and stress outcomes that may affect the experiences of unemployed male and female managers.

Figure 1 presents the proposed.stress level found among the trained unemployed students of physical education in Jammu. Because they are engaging themselves in the various works regarding their day to day life.

Keywords: Physical Education, Stress, unemployment Introduction Stress is a physical, emotional, and psychological response of a person or family to an event,Author: Ashwani Bali.expression, voice, etc.) that are sensitive to stress, and using machine learning methods to develop a computational model for stress recognition.

Among all di erent types of input, Sharma & Gedeom suggested that heart rate variability (HRV) rank the top among di erent primary measure for assessing mental stress in terms of accuracy and non File Size: KB.