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Burnout, work engagement and sense of coherence in female academics in higher-education institutions in South Africa

Bezuidenhout,Adéle; Frans, V.N. Cilliers

Abstract:
This article offers a psychological interpretation of the variables in the target group. The article contributes towards the body of research studies conducted from a positive psychological paradigm and, specifically, on the famele gender.

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Document Title: Burnout, work engagement and sense of coherence in female academics in higher-education institutions in South Africa
Journal: SA Journal of Industrial Psychology
Volume: 36
Issue: 1
No. of Pages: 1-10


Document Type:Journal Article (Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Staff
Country:South Africa
Keywords:Academia, Academic Achievement, Academic Leadership, Female Employees, Family, Management, Work Engagement, South Africa, Women in Higher Education, Women workers, Workers


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Rights:The Authors
Date Added:15 August 2011


Burnout, work engagement and sense of coherence in female academics in higher-education institutions in South Africa