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Il disagio degli insegnanti tra psicologia e pedagogia: una indagine multidimensionale sul fenomeno del burnout

@article{Botticelli2012IlDD,
  title={Il disagio degli insegnanti tra psicologia e pedagogia: una indagine multidimensionale sul fenomeno del burnout},
  author={Francesca Botticelli and F. Burla and E. Lozupone and Rachela Pellegrino},
  journal={International Journal of Psychoanalysis and Education},
  year={2012},
  volume={1},
  pages={3-18}
}
A partire da un minuzioso esame della letteratura internazionale sui diversi versanti che costituiscono gli elementi chiave di questa ricerca (stress lavoro-correlato, burnout, formazione insegnanti) il lavoro vuole analizzare il fenomeno del burnout degli insegnanti come fenomeno multi dimensionale. Si raggiunge questo obiettivo a partire dalla concezione del burnout come risultato di stress lavoro-correlato che si muove su dimensioni plurime, aventi carattere sia soggettivo che organizzativo… 
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