Teacher stress as a longitudinal process
The main aims were, first, to study teacher stress processes and the connectionsbetween stress processes, potential stressors, ways of coping, coping resources,and background variables during the autumn term of 1991 (short-term effects); secondly, to study the connections between teachers' subjective stress, coping,and health over eight-year period of time (long-term effects). Teachers fromcomprehensive and upper secondary schools in five municipalities (n=70) werestudied in two phases during the school year 1983-84 (in all six measurements)and again during the autumn term of 1991 (in all four measurements), mainly bymeans of questionnaires. Information on the teachers' way of living, work andcoping was obtained through interviews
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