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Resilience As A Moderator Of Stress And Burnout: A Study Of Women Social Workers In India:
S. Stanley, G. Buvaneswari, Meenakshi Arumugam
Published 2018 · Psychology
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It is well acknowledged that social workers encounter a considerable amount of work stress. Besides dealing with service users in complex life situations, social workers in India work in a context ...
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