|aUnderstanding and preventing teacher burnout :|ba sourcebook of international research and practice /|cedited by Roland Vandenberghe, A. Michael Huberman.
|aCambridge, UK :|bCambridge University Press,|c1999.
|axv, 362 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 315-348) and index.
|tNomological network of teacher burnout : a literature review and empirically validated model /|rBarbar M. Byrne --|tStress and burnout in the teaching profession : European studies, issues, and research perspectives /|rBernd Rudow --|tTeacher stress in a time of reform /|rMark A. Smylie --|tTeacher burnout : a critical challenge for leaders of restructuring schools /|rKenneth A. Leithwood ... [et al.] --|tIntensification and stress in teaching /|rPeter Woods --|tReframing teacher burnout in the context of school reform and teacher development in the United States /|rLynne Miller --|tInconsequentiality - the key to understanding teacher burnout /|rBarry A. Farber --|tTurning our schools into a healthier workplace : bridging between professional self-efficacy and professional demands /|rIsaac A. Friedman --|tTeaching career : between burnout and fading away? : reflections from a narrative and biographical perspective /|rGeert Kelchtermans --|tPsychosocial interpretation of teacher stress and burnout /|rWilly Lens and Saul Neves de Jesus --|tBurnout among teachers as a crisis in psychological contracts /|rMichael P. Leiter --|tProgress in understanding teacher burnout /|rChristina Maslach --|tTeachers' moral purpose : stress, vulnerability, and strength /|rJennifer Nias --|tTeacher burnout from a social-cognitive perspective : a theoretical position paper /|rRalf Schwarzer and Esther Greenglass --|tProfessional identity, school reform, and burnout : some reflections on teacher burnout /|rPeter Sleegers --|tConflicting mindscapes and the inevitability of stress in teaching /|rThomas J. Sergiovanni --|tDo teachers burn out more easily? : a comparison of teachers with other social professions on work stress and burnout symptoms /|rPeter de Heus and Ren歋 F.W. Diekstra --|tTeacher burnout /|rPatricia Albjerg Graham --|tTeacher burnout : a research agenda /|rChristina Maslach and Michael P. Leiter --|tBeyond individual burnout : a perspective for improved schools - guidelines for the prevention of burnout /|rGeert Kelchtermans and Anton Strittmatter.