- Cambridge University Department of Social and Political Science.
- Social Media’s Potential in Improving the Mental Well-Being of the Unemployed | SpringerLink.
- Florence, Italy & Its Surroundings (Travel Adventures);
- About This Item.
Amichai-Hamburger, Y. Barak, A.
Social Media’s Potential in Improving the Mental Well-Being of the Unemployed | SpringerLink
Kraut, R. Barker, V. Chen, W. Hargittai, E. Korpi, T. Employment, unemployment, labor market policies and subjective well-being among Swedish youth. Pavlova, M. Tarrant, M. Feuls, M.
White Paper Google Scholar. Howard, P. Katz, J. Jordan, A. Douglas, A. Nalwa, K. Whang, L.
- Reward Yourself!
- Half Wed Moon (A Danny Lee Novel Book 1).
- The Psychological Impact of Unemployment?
Jones, S. Breslin, F. Broomhall, H. Creed, P. Rowley, K. Sersic, D.
Original Research ARTICLE
Warr, P. Luhtanen, R. Order a copy Copyright or permission restrictions may apply. We will contact you if necessary.
To learn more about Copies Direct watch this short online video. Need help? How do I find a book? Can I borrow this item? Can I get a copy? Can I view this online?
Join Kobo & start eReading today
Ask a librarian. Feather for the Academy of the Social S Julius Kuhl. William N. Hans-Werner Bierhoff. Linda Silka. Joan E. Home Contact us Help Free delivery worldwide. Free delivery worldwide. Bestselling Series. Harry Potter. Popular Features. New Releases.
The Psychological Impact of Unemployment. Description This book is concerned with the psychological effects of unemployment.
- Like a Miracle ..: How I Shook the Hand of My Great Great Great Great Grandfather and Other Amazingly True Stories ... (Short Stories Book 1).
- The Psychological Impact of Unemployment - Norman T. Feather - Google книги;
- Photographic technique to stoke a dream.
- Essay on the Freedom of the Will (Dover Philosophical Classics);
- The Imagicators and the Wind Between the Worlds.
- The psychological impact of unemployment / Norman T. Feather | National Library of Australia.
In writing it I had two main aims: 1 to describe theoretical approaches that are relevant to understanding unemployment effects; and 2 to present the re- sults of studies from a program of research with which I have been closely involved over recent years. In order to meet these aims I have organized the book into two main parts. I discuss background research and theoretical approaches in the first half of the book, beginning with research concerned with the psychological effects of unemployment during the Great Depression and continuing through to a dis- cussion of more recent contributions.
I have not attempted to review the liter- ature in fine detail. Instead, I refer to some of the landmark studies and to the main theoretical ideas that have been developed. This discussion takes us through theoretical approaches that have emerged from the study of work, employment, and unemployment to a consideration of wider frameworks that can also be applied to further our understanding of unemployment effects.
Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x Other books in this series.