Culture, Stress & Sudden DeatheBook - 2010
Noting that most traditional examinations of stress view it as a medical condition, this guide takes an anthropological approach and reveals a less threatening picture of this natural response to danger. Using narratives from people in very stressful situationsincluding a spy, an executive, a refugee camp worker, and a policemanthe discussion shows that even harrowing amounts of stress can be productive as long as the patterns of its application do not turn dangerous. Summarizing these findings as they apply to American workers, the authors suggest solutions to avoid becoming a virtual zombie who has little awareness of his actions.
Publisher: [Canada] : GFB, 2010
Edition: First edition
Branch Call Number: 155.9042 Ko
Characteristics: 1 online resource (165 pages)