Personal control and organizational coping strategies of job stress : empirical results from China

Jianhong MA, Oi-ling SIU

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    Abstract

    The purpose of the present study is first to examine the relationship between organizational strategies and job stress, taking the assumption that personal control will mediate the underlying organizational strategies-job stress connection, and then to develop stress copings by recombining management with regard to their impact on personal control. Further, the role of educational level and types of jobs on job stress will also be examined.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationHong Kong
    PublisherAsia-Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies
    Number of pages12
    Publication statusPublished - 1999

    Publication series

    NameAsia Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies Working Paper Series
    PublisherLingnan University
    No.7

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    China
    Empirical results
    Personal control
    Coping strategies
    Job stress
    Organizational strategy
    Educational level

    Bibliographical note

    This research is sponsored by the Chinese National Science Foundation (795004) and Zhejiang National Science Foundation (794035). The paper was finished when the first author was with the Asia-pacific Institute of Ageing Studies, Lingnan College, as a visiting scholar.

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    MA, J., & SIU, O. (1999). Personal control and organizational coping strategies of job stress : empirical results from China. (Asia Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies Working Paper Series; No. 7). Hong Kong: Asia-Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies.
    MA, Jianhong ; SIU, Oi-ling. / Personal control and organizational coping strategies of job stress : empirical results from China. Hong Kong : Asia-Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies, 1999. (Asia Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies Working Paper Series; 7).
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