X
Search Filters
Format Format
Subjects Subjects
Subjects Subjects
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
overwork (162) 162
humans (46) 46
working hours (38) 38
male (28) 28
female (25) 25
public, environmental & occupational health (23) 23
stress (23) 23
adult (22) 22
fatigue (22) 22
japan (22) 22
employment (21) 21
health (20) 20
work hours (20) 20
analysis (18) 18
karoshi (18) 18
workload (18) 18
middle aged (17) 17
sociology (17) 17
overwork weakness (16) 16
studies (16) 16
occupational health (15) 15
overtime (15) 15
work (15) 15
workaholism (14) 14
gender (13) 13
long working hours (13) 13
management (13) 13
mental health (13) 13
sleep (13) 13
workers (13) 13
burnout (12) 12
children (12) 12
employees (11) 11
men (11) 11
physicians (11) 11
risk (11) 11
time (11) 11
mothers (10) 10
psychological aspects (10) 10
psychology (10) 10
research (10) 10
mental disorders (9) 9
mental fatigue (9) 9
mental overwork (9) 9
neurosciences (9) 9
occupational stress (9) 9
surveys and questionnaires (9) 9
trends (9) 9
cardiovascular diseases (8) 8
charcot-marie-tooth disease (8) 8
clinical neurology (8) 8
fatigue, mental (8) 8
intellectual fatigue (8) 8
mental exhaustion (8) 8
overtime work (8) 8
overwork, mental (8) 8
suicide (8) 8
united-states (8) 8
work life balance (8) 8
aged (7) 7
compensation (7) 7
death (7) 7
depression (7) 7
education (7) 7
fathers (7) 7
health policy (7) 7
inequality (7) 7
psychiatry (7) 7
psychology, applied (7) 7
rehabilitation (7) 7
women (7) 7
work schedule tolerance (7) 7
working conditions (7) 7
working time (7) 7
working women (7) 7
workplaces (7) 7
charcot-marie-tooth (6) 6
communication (6) 6
environmental sciences (6) 6
epidemiology (6) 6
families & family life (6) 6
family (6) 6
flexibility (6) 6
health aspects (6) 6
hereditary motor (6) 6
job satisfaction (6) 6
labor (6) 6
leisure (6) 6
prevention (6) 6
productivity (6) 6
recognition (6) 6
regression analysis (6) 6
united states (6) 6
wages (6) 6
work stress (6) 6
work-life balance (6) 6
workforce (6) 6
workload - statistics & numerical data (6) 6
workloads (6) 6
労働 (6) 6
more...
Library Location Library Location
Library Location Library Location
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
Robarts - Stacks (5) 5
Collection Dvlpm't (Acquisitions) - Vendor file (2) 2
St. Michael's College (John M. Kelly) - 3rd Floor (2) 2
UofT at Mississauga - Stacks (2) 2
UofT at Scarborough - Stacks (2) 2
Business (Joseph L Rotman) - Cancelled Order (1) 1
Gerstein Science - Stacks (1) 1
Indust. Rel's & Hum. Resources (Newman) - Library use only (1) 1
Online Resources - Online (1) 1
UTL at Downsview - May be requested (1) 1
more...
Language Language
Language Language
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
English (181) 181
Japanese (24) 24
Korean (7) 7
French (6) 6
German (3) 3
Lithuanian (2) 2
Polish (2) 2
Spanish (2) 2
Chinese (1) 1
Croatian (1) 1
Czech (1) 1
Portuguese (1) 1
Swedish (1) 1
more...
Publication Date Publication Date
Click on a bar to filter by decade
Slide to change publication date range


2005, ISBN 9780195171242, 305
Why doesn't self-help help? This book puts forward this paradoxical question as it looks at a world where the market for self-improvement products—books,... 
Psychological aspects | Psychological literature | Self-help techniques | Success | Sociology | Social Theory | United States | Audiotapes | Self-help | Self-improvement products | Overwork | Restructuring economic order | Makeover culture | Narcissism | Advice | Extreme makeovers | Self-invention
eBook
Contemporary Japan, ISSN 1869-2737, 2016, Volume 28, Issue 1, pp. 59 - 80
Japanese social order emphasizes a superior's responsibility for their subordinates' well-being. This traditional "right to benevolence" is a wellspring of... 
overwork death | karoshi | overwork suicide (karōjisatsu) | employment practices | worker rights movements | overwork suicide
Journal Article
1898, Bibliothèque de pédagogie et de psychologie, 338 p. illus.
Book
Gender & society, ISSN 0891-2432, 8/2016, Volume 30, Issue 4, pp. 590 - 617
Extant research suggests that supportive work–family policies promote gender equality in the workplace and in the household. Yet, evidence indicates that these... 
Masculinity | Gender roles | Proportions | Men | Gender equality | Egalitarianism | Workplaces | Child care | Gender performativity | Family structure | gender ideology | preference formation | masculinity | gender inequality | work–family policies | WOMENS EMPLOYMENT | PARENTAL LEAVE | TIME | DIVISION | ROLE ATTITUDES | IMPACT | FATHERS | work-family policies | OVERWORK | WOMENS STUDIES | SOCIOLOGY
Journal Article
Journal of Victorian Culture : JVC, ISSN 1750-0133, 2019, Volume 24, Issue 2, pp. 137 - 145
Both the 'hidden history' of men's mental health and the perceived pressures of 'modern' life in the nineteenth century have been the subject of recent... 
Nervous illness | Masculinity | Confinement | Asylum | Modernity | Neurasthenia | Overwork | Mental health | Selfhood | Fatigue | Genius | Stress | stress | mental health | modernity | neurasthenia | masculinity | asylum | genius | nervous illness | fatigue | confinement | overwork | selfhood | HISTORY
Journal Article
Operations research, ISSN 0030-364X, 8/2016, Volume 64, Issue 4, pp. 867 - 885
Journal Article
Social science research, ISSN 1096-0317, 2017, Volume 66, Issue August, pp. 140 - 153
In this paper we use data on consecutive cohorts of recent graduates from community colleges or community college-like institutions to address the following... 
Frau | Kanada | Junger Erwachsener | Hausarbeit | Mann | Bildungsertrag | Arbeitsteilung | Einkommensunterschied | Absolvent | College | Geschlechtsspezifik | Fachoberschule | Erwerbstätigkeit | Earnings | Community colleges | Gender | UNITED-STATES | WAGE GAP | MARKET | SEGREGATION | PAY GAP | CONVERGENCE | OVERWORK | UNIVERSITY | BRITAIN | SOCIOLOGY
Journal Article
Journal Article
Transaction of Japanese Society for Medical and Biological Engineering, ISSN 1881-4379, 2012, Volume 50, Issue 6, pp. 552 - 563
Journal Article
Journal of marriage and family, ISSN 0022-2445, 2017, Volume 79, Issue 4, pp. 965 - 982
Journal Article