The Effect of Individual Difference on Perceptions of Job-related Stress among National College and University Librarians in Taiwan

Chen Su-may Sheih
2004 Journal of Library and Information Studies  
Defined as an environment force in the workplace, either real or imagined, job-related stress interacts with an individual's perception. Individuals' perceptions of job-related stress vary widely. Perceptions alter with age, gender, work experience, job characteristics, and personality behavior of individuals. In an attempt to gain a comprehensive understanding, this studying examines the relationship between individual difference and the perceptions of job-related stress in the library
more » ... of national colleges and universities in Taiwan. The result shows that individual difference is influential for librarians' perceptions of job-related stress. (Article content in Chinese with English abstract)
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