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The Work of the Heart: Emotion in the 1805–35 Diary of Sarah Connell Ayer

Physiological Optics, Cognition and Emotion: A Novel Look at the Early Work of Wilhelm Wundt

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Mediated Cues of Group Emotion during Knowledge-Work Tasks: Effects on Subjective and Physiological Responses

An Older-Age Advantage? Emotion Regulation and Emotional Experience After a Day of Work

The Work of the Heart: Young Women and Emotion, 1780–1830. By Martha Tomhave Blauvelt (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2007. 272 pp.)

Gender, Emotion, Work and Travel: Women Transport Workers and Passengers, Past and Present, Greenwich Maritime Institute, University of Greenwich, London, June 22–23 2007

Effects of Emotion-Oriented Care on Work-Related Outcomes of Professional Caregivers in Homes for Elderly Persons

Emotion Work in High-Risk Social Movements: Managing Fear in the U.S. and East German Civil Rights Movements

EMOTION-FOCUSED COPING MEDIATES THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AGE AND SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING AT WORK

Emotions at Work: Normative Control, Organizations, and Culture in Japan and America , by Aviad E. Raz. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2002, 304 pp., $35.00 (ISBN 0-674-00858-8)

Rape Work: Victims, Gender, and Emotions in Organization and Community Context By Patricia Yancey Martin Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2005. 280 pages. $85 (cloth), $24.95 (paper)

 

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The effort that a person has to exercise in order to appropriately engage in emotional labour and other forms of action in which feeling is demonstrated.

Subjects: Sociology.


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