By R. Jay Turner (auth.), William R. Avison, Carol S. Aneshensel, Scott Schieman, Blair Wheaton (eds.)
The rigidity procedure paradigm has been the most dominant conceptual versions of future health and ailment during the last 3 a long time. The contributions to this quantity chart a brand new direction for the strain strategy, extending the paradigm conceptually, methodologically, and substantively. Written in honor of Leonard I. Pearlin, the prime proponent of the tension procedure, the contributions to this quantity offer a brand new course for pressure technique research.
Featuring contributions from major researchers, and an afterword through Leonard I. Pearlin, this entire quantity covers 3 significant sections:
-Conceptual and methodological extensions of the strain process
-The roles of relatives and paintings within the rigidity procedure, during the lifestyles course
- Psychosocial elements that influence health and wellbeing outcomes
This quantity might be a useful source for researchers in sociology, social psychology and public health and wellbeing, all trying to comprehend the pervasive position of rigidity on social disparities in health and wellbeing and illness.
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