Psychosocial Hazards Research Proposal by Calwriter

Psychosocial Hazards
A research proposal intended to look at how specific work events lead to health and emotional problems.
# 56199 | 2,839 words | 19 sources | APA | 2005 | US
Published on Mar 03, 2005 in Business (Human Resources) , Psychology (General) , Labor Studies (General)

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This research proposal provides an analysis of problems with current measures of psychosocial hazards and then investigates the theories that underlie how work events lead to emotional and physical reactions. This research proposal then proposes to help further the theoretical understanding of the interaction between stress and health reactions. Specifically, this proposal attempts to continue to determine the nature of stresses that lead to harm within the context of Siegrist and Peter's earned reward imbalance model. This study also attempts to determine the core expectations, as defined within Siegrist and Peter's earned reward imbalance model, and hypothesizes that these expectations include immediate expectations of specific salary requirements, wage increases, working conditions, and social and emotional feedback, as well as longer-term expectations about status.

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