Fit for figh - a study of conflict and mental health in women dominated work place from a gender perspective

The purpose of the present research is to study what impact conflicts have for individual mental health within women dominated workplaces such as primary school, elderly care and social service from a gender perspective.

Employees and managers spend a large amount of their time handling conflicts, both destructive and constructive, and its consequences. The relationship between mental health and perceived conflicts and gender may be explained by differences in working conditions and given that both managers.

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Title of Project

Fit for fight? A study of conflict and mental health in women dominated work place from a gender perspective

Project Period

01/01/2017 - 12/31/2019

Subject areas

Sociology

Head of research

Britt-Inger Keisu, Department of Sociology


Page Editor: Eva Stoianov

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