Staying the Course: The Emotional and Social Lives of Men Who Do Well at Work

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Free Press, 1990 - Social Science - 314 pages
Here is an in-depth look at the men who meet their obligations in the workplace from an author whose previous books permanently changed our understanding of loneliness, marital separation and bereavement.

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Staying the course: the emotional and social lives of men who do well at work

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Weiss here examines men who do well in their work and who, no matter what else happened, "stayed the course.'' His concern is to explain why and how they were able to do it. He began by interviewing ... Read full review

Contents

The Provisions of Work
1
The Importance of Work
27
Work Stress and Its Management
45
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Dr. Robert S. Weiss is Director of the Work and Family Research Unit and Research Professor at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. He is the author of several books including "Staying the Course" (The Free Press, 1990).

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