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Handbook of Work Stress

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September 2004 | 720 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Questions about the causes or sources of work stress have been the subject of considerable research, as well as public fascination, for several decades. Earlier interest in this issue focused on the question of whether some jobs are simply more inherently stressful than others. Other questions that soon emerged asked whether some individuals were more prone to stress than others. The Handbook of Work Stress focuses primarily on identifying the different sources of work stress across different contexts and individuals.

Key Features:

• Affords the most broad and credible perspective on the subject of work stress available

• The editors are all prominent researchers in the field of work stress, and have been instrumental in defining and developing the field from an organizational-psychological and organizational-behavior perspective

• International contributors are included, reflecting similarities and differences from around the world

• Chapter authors from the United States, Canada, England, Sweden, Japan, and Australia have been invited to participate, reflecting most of the countries in which active research on work stress is taking place.

The Handbook of Work Stress is essential reading for researchers in the fields of industrial and organizational psychology, human resources, health psychology, public health and employee assistance.

 
SECTION I: SOURCES OF WORK STRESS
 
1. Editors' Overview
Terry A Beehr and Sharon Glazer
2. Organizational Role Stress
Peter Totterdell
3. Work Schedules
Russell Cropanzano, Barry Goldman, and Lehman Benson, III
4. Organizational Justice
E. Kevin Kelloway, Niro Sivanathan, Lori Francis, and Julian Barling
5. Poor Leadership
Gina Bellavia and Michael R. Frone
6. Work-Family Conflict
Kathleen M. Rospenda and Judith A. Richman
7. Harassment and Discrimination
Aaron C.H. Schat and E. Kevin Kelloway
8. Workplace Aggression
Janetta Mitchell McCoy and Gary W. Evans
9. Physical Work Environment
Leanne Barlow and Roderick D. Iverson
10. Workplace Safety
Tahira M. Probst
11. Economic Stressors
Michael D. Coovert, Lori Foster Thompson, and J. Philip Craiger
12. Technology
Lori Francis and E. Kevin Kelloway
13. Industrial Relations
Ken Harris and K. Michele Kacmar
14. Organizational Politics
Michelle Inness and Julian Barling
15. Terrorism
 
SECTION II: SPECIAL POPULATIONS
 
16. Editors' overview
Catherine Loughlin and Katherine Lang
17. Young Workers
Janet L. Barnes-Farrell
18. Older Workers
Serge Desmarais and Christine Alksnis
19. Gender Issues
Cong Liu and Paul Spector
20 International and Cross- Cultural Issues
Daniel G. Gallagher
21. Part-time and Contract Employment
 
SECTION III: CONSEQUENCES OF WORK STRESS
 
22. Editors' overview
Peter Warr
23. Work, Well-being and Mental Health
Steve M. Jex and Craig D. Crossley
24. Organizational Consequences
 
SECTION IV: INTERVENTIONS
 
25. Editor's overview
Susan Cartwright and Cary Cooper
26. Individually Targeted Interventions
Joseph J. Hurrell Jr.
27. Organizational Stress Interventions

Julian Barling

Julian Barling is Associate Dean and Professor at the Queen's School of Business. He is responsible for rhe Ph.D,M.Sc and Research programs in the School of Business. Dr. Barling is author of of several books, including Employment, Stress and Family Functioning (1990,Wiley & Sons), The Union and Its Members: A Psychological Approach (with Clive Fullagar and Kevin Kelloway, 1992, Oxford University Press), and Changing Employment Relations: Behavioral and Social Perspectives (with Lois Tetrick, 1995, American Psychological Association), andYouth and Employment (with Kevin Kelloway, forthcoming, American Psychological Association). Dr.... More About Author

E . Kevin Kelloway

E. Kevin Kelloway is the Canada Research Chair in Occupational Health Psychology at Saint Mary’s University.  He received his PhD in Organizational Psychology from Queen’s University (Kingston, ON) and taught for eight years at the University of Guelph.  In 1999 he moved to Saint Mary’s University where he also holds the position of Professor of Psychology.  He was the founding director of the CN Centre for Occupational Health and Safety and the PhD program in Business Administration (Management).  He was also a founding principal of the Centre for Leadership Excellence at Saint Mary’s.  An active researcher, he is... More About Author

Michael R. Frone

Michael R. Frone is Research Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, State University of New York at Buffalo. He is also Senior Research Scientist, Research Insititue on Additctions, State University of New York at Buffalo. Dr. Frome is Associate Editor of the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. He is on the editorial boards of five refereed journals, and is the author of numerous articles. He is co-editor (with Julian Barling, APA forthcoming) of Psychology of Workplace Safety. More About Author

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