Occupational Stress and Depression: Insights from Traditional and Emerging Views
This thesis sought to develop the idea that the psychosocial occupational environment contributes to depression risk. The topic of occupational stress and depression was introduced by considering its impact on individual, workplace, economic and societal functioning (Chapter 1). The classic theoretical frameworks utilised to study this relationship were briefly described in Chapter 2 and the demand control/support model (DC/S model; Karasek & Theorell, 1990)...[Show more]
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