Satisfaction, health and work-related stress of the university professorship according to their contractual status.

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Summary of "Satisfaction, health and work-related stress of the university professorship according to their contractual status."

There's a lot of literature about teachers' work conditions and the effects of such conditions on them. The goal of this research focuses on the analysis of the effects derived from the type of labour relationship with the University on the psycho-social dimensions of satisfaction, stress and perceived health.


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Name: Revista de salud publica (Bogota, Colombia)
ISSN: 0124-0064
Pages: 53-59


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