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Title: Stress Management of White Collar Women in Expanding Families
Researcher: Meena V
Guide(s): Chitra Prakash
University: Avinashilingam Deemed University For Women
Completed Date: 08.12.2016
Abstract: The study of stress among white collar working women is very important because it newlinehas an adverse impact on the productivity of the organization and also healthy family life. The newlinedesign of the study was descriptive, comprising of quantitative and qualitative data collection newlineand compilation. Survey method was chosen as the most appropriate method for the newlinecollection of primary data pertaining to the study. Accordingly, a survey was conducted to newlinegather information on the socio-economic background of the selected samples, household newlinedetails household activities, work environment, stress encountered, health problems faced newlineboth at work place and at home and methods adopted to cope up with stress. newlinePurposive sampling technique was the method used for the selection of the samples newline(white collar women). Questionnaire was the tool used for the collection of data. The NSAD newlinestress questionnaire developed by the International Stress Management Association (ISMA, newline2012) was used to assess the stress levels of the samples. The stress inventory, a tool newlinedeveloped and standardized by Sue Firth, 2010 was adopted to measure the frequency of newlinestress experienced by the selected samples. Among 1000 samples selected a total of 961 newlinehave responded. Hence, for the survey, 482 from Chennai and 479 from Chicago constituted newlinea total of 961 white collar women samples selected for the study. Secondly, from 275 highly newlinestressed white collar women 55 samples was selected for the intervention program. Out of 55 newlinesamples ten white collar women, each 5 from IT and NON-IT sectors were selected for the newlinecase study. newlineDr. Rishi Tewari, an expert in the field of creative visualization and Trance therapy newlinewas invited to conduct the Intervention Programme. Dr. Rishi Tewari M.B.B.S, D.P.H, M.Sc., newline(Occupational Health and Industrial Medicine) FICA (USA), MRSH (LONDON), Former newlineDirector of Health Services, Tanzania, is an expert who conducts the Stress Management newlinePrograms regularly for stress relief in India and abroad.
Pagination: 246 p.
Appears in Departments:Department of Resource Management

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