- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- Notes on contributors
OneIntroduction: Work, stress and health in India
TwoWork, stress and health: Theories and models
ThreeWork environment, health and the international development agenda
FourEmployment trends in India: Some issues for investigation
FiveRural-urban and gender differences in time spent in unpaid household work in India
SixActivity status, morbidity patterns and hospitalisation in India
SevenOccupational class and chronic diseases in India
EightStress and health among the Indian police
NineHealth status and lifestyle of the Oraon tea garden labourers of Jalpaiguri district, West Bengal
TenThe role of work-family support factors in helping individuals achieve work-family balance in India
ElevenWorking conditions, health and well-being among the scavenger community
TwelveLessons and future research directions from work environment research in India
- Work and Health in India
- Martin Hyde, Holendro Singh Chungkham, Laishram Ladusingh
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