[Air-l] Psychological impact of telework

'Gail Taylor gdtaylor at uiuc.edu
Fri Sep 15 08:47:46 PDT 2006

There is a growing body of literature on this topic in the business and health sciences, as well as social sciences. Here are a few references for articles that present some interesting perspectives on related issues. These articles can be located, and accessed, using the EBSCO Academic Premier database. I primarily use this database to locate articles reporting research that has been conducted on workplace employer and employee practices. If you don't have access to this database, articles can also be located using the Google Scholar search engine.

Feelin' groovy♪: appropriating time in home-based telework. Musson, Gill; Tietze, Susanne. Culture & Organization, Sep2004, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p251-264, 14p.

Home-based Telework, Gender, and the Synchronization of Work and Family: Perspectives of Teleworkers and their Co-residents. By: Sullivan, Cath; Lewis, Suzan. Gender, Work & Organization, Apr2001, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p123, 23p.

Situational leadership: a model for leading telecommuters. Farmer, Leigh Ann. Journal of Nursing Management, Nov2005, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p483-489, 7p.

Telework and occupational health: a Quebec empirical study and regulatory implications. Montreuil, Sylvie; Lippel, Katherine. Safety Science, Jun2003, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p339, 20p.

Gail D. Taylor, M.Ed.
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Human Resource Education Ph.D. Student
Educational Psychology Teaching Assistant

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