Men, Management, and Mental Health

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INDEX
Absenteeism, 168
Accidents, 56, 70
Administration techniques, 11
Affection, 66, 74, 76, 101
Age: changes with, 93; dependency needs and, 45; Elders, 82, 85, 88, 90, 105, 164; performance and, 81
Aggression, 56, 149
Anger: changes and, 95, 104; displacement of, 118; dual instincts and, 77; leader loss and, 99; toward new boss, 62; withdrawal and, 66; worker and, 42
Anthropologist, 173
Anxiety, 73
Argyris, Chris, 13, 37, 43
Atomic energy, 81
Attitude: free enterprise, 35; toward work, 23
Authority: dependency needs of, 55; company and, 25, 55; father figure, 69; patterns of, 49; relations to, 43, 48, 50, 54, 56, 75; work environment and, 9
Authority figures: attitudes, 147; dependency needs and, 50; distance from, 140; identification with, 60, 130, 165; lack of, 41; manager and, 95; workers and, 9, 137
Automation, 11, 80, 102
Autonomy: dependency needs and, 44; top management, 11
Bakke, E. Wight, 20
Behavior: of company, 40, 109; dependency needs and, 85; in emergency, 124; goals and, 10; group, 14; mental health characteristics in, 18; social process and, 59, 63, 66, 78, 106, 174; under stress, 76, 124, 149, 162; of supervisor, 70, 77; of worker, 14, 130, 167
Bell, Daniel, 111
Bennis, Warren, 70
Boy Scouts, 114
Business: See Company
Centrality, 111
Citizenship of workers, 34
Clausen, J. A., 173
Clinical psychologist, 16
Coffee break, 73
Collins, Ralph, 171
Communication: of complaints, 53; failure in, 42; and isolation, 73; Midland workers and, 192
Community: company and, 10, 93, 108, 151; identification with, 94; management and, 8, 91; public utility and, 10, 34
Company: benefits in, 188; changes, 81, 89, 100, 154, 157, 170; community and, 10, 93, 108; conflict resolution, 130, 152; consultants, 171; expansion, 10; expectations, 96; exploitation of, 134; goals, 142, 160; holding, 9; interdependence, 32; merger, 132; partnership with worker, 154, 160; permissiveness of, 112; personality of, 10; policies, 48; as protector, 30; reputation of, 108; security and, 48, 84; separation from, 94; sick benefits, 128; status in, 148; structure, 48; value system, 154
Compensation, 120, 166
Competition, job security and, 31
Complementarity, 113
Conant, James, 171
Confidential material, 185
Conflict: organization, 144, 146; overcompensation and, 166; reciprocation and, 155; resolution of, 130, 141, 152, 157, 161, 165
Contract: See Psychological contract
Coping: See Stress
Cosmopolitans, 25, 33
Counseling, marriage, 173

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