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Within- and between-person factor structure of the Oldenburg Burnout Inventory: Analysis of a diary study using multilevel confirmatory factor analysisPublikacja
The study examined the factor structure of burnout, as measured with the Oldenburg Burnout Inventory. The participants were 235 employees of a public administration agency who assessed their burnout online for 10 consecutive working days. Two models were tested with multilevel confirmatory factor analysis, assuming the same one or two-factor structure at the within- and between-person levels. Both models showed a reasonable fit...
Burnout as a State: Random-Intercept Cross-Lagged Relationship Between Exhaustion and Disengagement in a 10-Day StudyPublikacja
Background: Burnout has been traditionally seen as a chronic and stable state in response to prolonged stress. However, measures of momentary burnout are not well established, even though the within-person approach suggests that the symptoms of burnout may vary from day to day for the same employee. The aim of this study is to examine the daily inter- and intra-personal variability of the symptoms of burnout and the cross-lagged relationship...
Metafory ‘odbicia w wodzie’ jako klucz do odczytania „Pamiętnika z Tosy” Ki no Tsurayukiego. Kreowanie fikcji literackiej w utworze a problem przekładuPublikacja
The aim of this paper is to attempt a new interpretation of one of the most important works from the classical Japanese literature - The Tosa Diary by Ki no Tsurauki. I agree with the Takei's Mutsuo thesis that The Tosa Diary was a precursor work for the whole trend of memoirs' literature in medieval Japan and that this diary was written to reconcile two completely different poetics: an anthology of Japanese poetry and a private...
In this paper I would like to explain – taking a history of the early Heian period as a background – the process of creation of national (i.e. Japanese) culture by the aristocracy who – since the An Lu-Shan’s Rebellion – could observe from the Japanese Archipelago the first symptoms of the decline of the Tang dynasty in China. The Japanese of the Heian period, who – from the Chinese perspective – “lived at the frontiers of culture”...
Burnout as a State: Random-Intercept Cross-Lagged Relationship Between Exhaustion and Disengagement in a 10-Day Study [Response to Letter].Publikacja