The series Occupational Stress and Well-Being spans a number of traditional disciplines which include psychology, medicine, sociology, anthropology, management and business. It represents a serious attempt to bring these disciplines together to advance the field and study of occupational stress. This volume focuses on promoting theory and research perspectives on significant topics in occupational stress and well-being.
Overview, P.L. Perrewe, D.D. Ganster; Bridging approaches and findings across diverse disciplines to improve job stress research, Jia Lin Xie, J. Schaubroeck; Work stress, coping and well-being - implementing strategies to better understand the relationship, P.J. Dewe; A cultural perspective of social support in relation to occupational stress, T.A. Beehr, S. Glazer; Job stress and respite relief - overcoming high-tech tethers, D. Eden; The role of emotions in the occupational stress process, P.E. Spector, A. Goh; Psychosocial factors and musculoskeletal disorders, J.J. Hurrell, Jr; Mediators and moderators of stressor-strain linkages, M.P. O'Driscoll, P.J. Dewe.