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Psychology of work and organization. The course deals with the theme of work-related stress. The course aims to provide the necessary bases for the understanding of the interaction between the employees and work environment, with particular regard to the dynamics of work-related stress and safety in the workplace.
Psychology of work and organization. The course gives an introduction to the major theoretical approaches, to the psychosocial risk factors, and to the evaluation and the interventions on the work-related stress. The issues concern the methodology of psychosocial research, with particular regard to research in work psychology and its links to the workers’ health and safety.
Topics covered in the course will are:
First, a methodological introduction in order to introduce students to the scientific study of working behaviors and attitudes;
Second, course will focus on work-related stress as an emerging phenomenon.
In particular, the course will be divided in this way:
1. Introduction to the psychosocial research methodology:
- What is it and how to set up a research design
- Experiments, quasi-experiments, observation, case studies, archival research, survey
- The problem of measurement in psychology
- Nominal, ordinal and cardinal variables
2. Work-related stress:
- Definition of the stress process: a brief historical review
- Description of the antecedents and consequences of the stress phenomenon
- Impact of personal factors
- Role of theoretical models
- How to set up an evaluation of work-related stress
- Notes on prevention.
La sicurezza organizzativa. Un'etnografia in sala operatoria
Lavoro frammentato, rischio diffuso
Gherardi, S., Catino, M., Murgia, A., Bellè, E.
Questioni di in/sicurezza. Un percorso di ricerca su contratti a termine e incidenti sul lavoro in provincia di Trento
Fraccaroli F. & Balducci C.
Stress e rischi psicosociali nelle organizzazioni,
il Mulino, Bologna
THE EXAM WILL BE AN ORAL EXAMINATION BY USING ZOOM
Written exam. Both books and slides.
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