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Title The Oxford handbook of meaningful work / edited by Ruth Yeoman, Catherine Bailey, Adrian Madden, and Marc Thompson
Edition First edition
Published Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019
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Series Oxford handbooks online
Oxford handbooks online
Contents The Moral Conditions of Work / Joanna Cuilla -- 'Belonging' and Its Relationship to the Experience of Meaningful Work / Tatjana Schnell, Thomas Höge, Wolfgang G. Weber -- Exploring Work Orientations and Cultural Accounts of Work: Towards a Research Agenda for Examining the Role of Culture in Meaningful Work / Laura Elizabeth Boova, Michael G. Pratt, Doug Lepisto -- Meaning in Life and in Work / Michael F. Steger -- Meanings and Dirty Work: A Study of Refuse Collectors and Street Cleaners / Ruth Simpson, Natasha Slutskaya, Jason Hughes -- Finding Meaning in the Work of Caring / Carol Lynn Pavlish, Roberta Hunt, Hui-wen Sato, Katherine Brown-Sultzman -- Exploring Meaningful Work in the Third Sector / Rebecca Taylor, Silke Roth -- Callings / Ryan Duffy, Jessica England, Bryan J. Dik -- Fostering the Human Spirit: A Positive Ethical Framework for Experiencing Meaningfulness at Work / Douglas R. May, Jiatian Chen, Catherine E. Schwoerer, Matthew D. Deeg -- Leadership and Meaningful Work / Dennis Tourish -- Dignity and Meaningful Work / Norman E. Bowie -- Does My Engagement Matter?: Exploring the Relationship Between Employee Engagement and Meaningful Work in Theory and Practice / Brad Shuck -- Work Through a Gender Lens: More Work and More Sources of Meaningfulness / Heather Hofmeister -- Accounting for Meaningful Work / Matthew Hall -- Cultural, National and Individual Diversity and their Relationship to the Experience of Meaningful Work / Sebastiaan Rothmann, Laura Anne Weiss, Johannes Jacobus Redelinghuys -- Does Corporate Social Responsibility Enhance Meaningful Work? A Multi-Perspective Theoretical Framework / Marjo Lips-Wiersma -- Direct Participation And Meaningful Work: The Implications Of Task Discretion And Organizational Participation / Duncan Gallie -- Bringing Political Economy Back-in: A Comparative Institutionalist Perspective on Meaningful Work / Marc Thompson -- The Meaningful City: Towards a Theory of Public Meaningfulness, City Institutions and Civic Work / Ruth Yeoman -- Meaningful Work and Family: How does the pursuit of meaningful work impact one's family? / Evgenia I. Lysova -- Meaningful Work and Freedom: Self-Realization, Autonomy, and Non-Domination in Work / Keith Breen -- Work, Meaning, and Virtue / Ron Beadle -- Work and the Meaning of Being / Todd Mei -- Do We Have to Do Meaningful Work? / Christopher Michaelson -- Identity and Meaningful/Meaningless Work / Nancy Harding -- Self-Transcendence and Meaningful Work / Adrian Madden -- To Have Lived Well: Well-Being and Meaningful Work / Neal Chalofsky, Elizabeth Cavallero
Summary This handbook examines the concept, practices, and effects of meaningful work in organisations and beyond. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, it reflects diverse scholarly contributions from philosophy, political theory, psychology, sociology, organisational studies, and economics
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Audience Specialized
Notes Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on June 28, 2019)
Subject Business ethics
Organizational behavior
Psychology, Industrial
Work environment
Work -- Psychological aspects
Business ethics.
Organizational behavior.
Psychology, Industrial.
Work environment.
Work -- Psychological aspects.
Form Electronic book
Author Bailey, Catherine (Catherine Truss), editor
Madden, Adrian, editor
Thompson, Marc, 1962- editor
Yeoman, Ruth, 1964- editor
ISBN 0191830194
9780191830198 (electronic book)
(hardcover)
Other Titles Meaningful work