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Klandermans, B., & van Vuuren, T. (Eds.). (1999). Job insecurity. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology,8 (whole No. 2).
Kroemer, K.H.E., & Grandjean, E. (2000). Fitting the task to the human (5th ed.) London: Taylor & Francis.
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Moore-Ede, M. (1993). The 24 hour society: The risks, costs and challenges of a world that never stops. London: Piatkus.
Parker, S., & Wall, T. (1998) Job and work design: Organizing work to promote well-being and effectiveness. London: Sage.
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Sparks, K., Faragher, B., & Cooper, C.L. (2001). Well-being and occupational health in the 21st century workplace. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology,74, 489-509.
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Book title: Work and Organizational Psychology: An Introduction with Attitude.
Contributors: Christine E. Doyle - Author.
Publisher: Psychology Press.
Place of publication: Hove, England.
Publication year: 2003.
Page number: 158.
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