Phases Of Burnout: Developments In Concepts And Applications

Hardcover | November 1, 1988

byRobert T. Golembiewski, Robert F. Munzenrider

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"This book is a major revision of R. Golembiewski, R.F. Munzenrider, and J.G. Stevenson's Stress in Organizations: Toward a Phase Model of Burnout. The authors use some of the same basic data to develop the phase model of burnout, and then examine the support for the model that has emerged since the first book was published. . . . This is a logically constructed progression with a high level of statistical sophistication. The authors have included a great deal of data (presented in tables, graphs, and figures) and a comprehensive bibliography. The writing style is consistent with the content, producing a professional book suited for advanced students and specialists." Choice

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"This book is a major revision of R. Golembiewski, R.F. Munzenrider, and J.G. Stevenson's Stress in Organizations: Toward a Phase Model of Burnout. The authors use some of the same basic data to develop the phase model of burnout, and then examine the support for the model that has emerged since the first book was published. . . . This...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:292 pages, 9.56 × 6.44 × 1.06 inPublished:November 1, 1988Publisher:Praeger Publishers

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ISBN - 10:0275929809

ISBN - 13:9780275929800

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?This book is a major revision of R. Golembiewski, R.F. Munzenrider, and J.G. Stevenson's Stress in Organizations: Toward a Phase Model of Burnout. The authors use some of the same basic data to develop the phase model of burnout, and then examine the support for the model that has emerged since the first book was published. The model is presented in Chapter 1; data collection sites are identified in Chapters 2 and 3; the data are analyzed in the next four chapters; and the final chapters discuss implications for research and intervention. This is a logically constructed progression with a high level of statistical sophistication. The authors have included a great deal of data (presented in tables, graphs, and figures) and a comprehensive bibliography. The writing style is consistent with the content, producing a professional book suited for advanced students and specialists.?-Choice