Table of contents for Gender, work stress, and health / edited by Debra L. Nelson and Ronald J. Burke.


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Chapter 1.     A Framework for Examining Gender,
Work Stress, and Health .............................................  3
Debra L. Nelson and Ronald J. Burke
I. Stressors, Individual Differences, and Coping .................................  15
Chapter 2.     Managerial Stress: Are Women More at Risk? ..........  19
Sandra L. Fielden and Cary L. Cooper
Chapter 3.     Men, Masculinity, and Health ....................................  35
Ronald J. Burke
Chapter 4.     Women and Corporate Restructuring: Sources
and Consequences of Stress .......................................  55
Rekha Karambayya
Chapter 5.     Assessing the Role of Negative Affectivity
in Occupational Stress Research:
Does Gender Make a Difference? ..............................  71
Steve M. Jex, Gary A. Adams, and Michele L. Ehler
Chapter 6.     Work Stress, Coping, and Social Support:
Implications for Women's Occupational Well-Being ....  85
Esther R. Greenglass



II. Stress and Family Dynamics. ....................   ........  97
Chapter 7.    Do Men and Women Benefit From Social
Support Equally? Results From a Field Examination
Within the Work and Family Context ...................... 101
Pamela L. Perrewe and Dawn S. Carlson
Chapter 8.    The Allocation of Time to Work and Family Roles .... 115
Jeffrey H. Greenhaus and Saroj Parasuraman
Chapter 9.    Gender Asymmetry in Crossover Research ................ 129
Mina Westman
III. Prevention  and  Interventions  .........................................................  151
Chapter 10.   Reduced Work Arrangements for Managers
and Professionals: A Potential Solution to
Conflicting  Demands  .................................................  155
Marcia Brumit Kropf
Chapter 11.   Reduced-Load Work Arrangements: Response to
Stress or Quest for Integrity of Functioning? ............. 169
Mary Dean Lee, Sheley M. MacDermid,
and Michelle L. Buck
Chapter 12.   An Affirmative Defense: The Preventive
Management of Sexual Harassment .......................... 191
Myrtle P. Bell, Cyndy S. Cycyota,
and James Campbel Quick
Chapter 13.   Do Family-Friendly Policies Fulfill Their Promise?
An Investigation of Their Impact on Work-Family
Conflict and Work and Personal Outcomes .............. 211
Hazel M. Rosin and Karen Korabik
IV. Conclusion  ........................................ ............ .... 227
Chapter 14.   New Directions for Studying Gender,
Work Stress, and Health .      ..... ..................... 229
Debra L. Nelson, Ronald J. Burke, and Susan Michie








Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Job stress Health aspects, Sex role Health aspects, Sex factors in disease