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Influencia de los valores y la culpa en el síndrome de burnout

Influencia de los valores y la culpa en el síndrome de burnout

Hugo Figueiredo-Ferraz, Ester Grau-Alberola, and Pedro Gil-Monte, “Influencia de los valores y la culpa en el síndrome de burnout,” in Psicologia do Trabalho e das Organizações: Contributos, ed. Fátima Lobo (Braga: Axioma - Publicações da Faculdade de Filosofia, 2016), 85–98, DOI 10.17990/Axi/2016_9789726972556_085

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Influencia de los valores y la culpa en el síndrome de burnout

Type Book Section
Editor Fátima Lobo
Author Hugo Figueiredo-Ferraz
Author Ester Grau-Alberola
Author Pedro Gil-Monte
Rights © 2016 Aletheia - Associação Científica e Cultural
Place Braga
Publisher Axioma - Publicações da Faculdade de Filosofia
Pages 85-98
ISBN 978-972-697-255-6
Date 2016
Language Spanish
Abstract Rokeach (1968) identified two types of values: terminal and instrumental values. Instrumental values can be either moral values (with an interpersonal focus, when they are violated, arouse feelings of guilt) or competence values (with a personal focus, their violation leads to feelings of shame about personal inadequacy). According to the Gil-Monte (2012) model of burnout, the professionals with more severe manifestations of burnout are characterized by developing feelings of guilt.The aim of this study was to analyze the influence of instrumental values (moral and competence values) in the development of feelings of guilt in the burnout process. On one hand, we expect that moral values would be a significant predictor of feelings of guilt in the development of the burnout process (H1), and on the other hand we expect that competence values would be a significant predictor of guilt in the development of the burnout process (H2). The sample consisted of 1044 Spanish teachers, of which 290 were men and 754 were women. The burnout levels were evaluated with the SBI (Gil-Monte y Figueiredo-Ferraz, 2013), and the instrumental values were evaluated with Rokeach Value Survey (1973). Regression stepwise analysis was used to test the hypothesis. The findings indicate that psychological exhaustion, enthusiasm towards job and moral values influence guilty. The results also showed that both Indolence and moral values influence guilty too. In neither case was the influence significant on guilty of the competence values. We can conclude that moral values have a positive and significant influence in the development of guilt in the process of burnout.
Book Title Psicologia do Trabalho e das Organizações: Contributos
Date Added 28/06/2016, 15:31:20
Modified 28/06/2016, 15:41:57


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