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Description - Job Stress in University Staff by Anthony H. Winefield

This is one of the most thorough and comprehensive studies of workplace stress among university staff ever undertaken. The authors of this book have done a great service to higher education throughout the world by their systematic research and insights. On behalf of the academic community at large, I would like to thank the authors of this remarkable book. -- Cary L. Cooper, Ph.D., CBE Pro Vice Chancellor (External Relations) and Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health at Lancaster University, A variety of changes to academic working conditions have resulted in an increase in occupational stress and a decrease in occupational wellbeing among university academics as well as nonacademic, or general, staff. This book releases for the first time the complete results of the Australian University Staff Stress (AUSS) Project, which examined over a number of years the level, extent, and antecedents of occupational stress experienced by staff, and the consequences on individuals and universities.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781921513138
ISBN-10: 1921513136
Format: Paperback
(215mm x 140mm x 11mm)
Pages: 212
Imprint: Australian Academic Press
Publisher: Australian Academic Press
Publish Date: 1-Jan-2008
Country of Publication: Australia

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Author Biography - Anthony H. Winefield

Tony Winefield is Foundation Professor of Psychology at the University of South Australia. Carolyn Boyd is a research associate in the Centre for Applied Psychological Research at the University of South Australia. Judith Saebel is a PhD candidate in the School of Psychology at the University of South Australia. Silvia Pagnata is a PhD candidate and Research Assistant in the Centre for Applied Psychological Research, School of Psychology, at the University of South Australia.