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    • Are We Burned Out Yet? Librarians Experiencing Burnout in their Careers 

      Colon-Aguirre, Monica; Webb, Kathryn (2019-10-16)
      Our profession has been perceived historically as one that carries low levels of stress (Sheesley, 2001), a gentle profession which takes place in a quiet and peaceful space. But as any librarian can tell you, the work is ...
    • Rules of (employee) engagement: A comprehensive model 

      Love, Zachary M. (East Carolina University, 2016-12-15)
      The purpose of the study was to examine a comprehensive model of employee engagement that included a diverse set of (1) personal factors, (2) environmental factors, (3) job attitudes, (4) work outcomes and (5) health ...
    • The Judicialization of Student Conduct Administration and Its Impacts on Practitioners 

      Glassman, Valerie Beth (East Carolina University, 2021-02-03)
      This study examined the lived experiences of student conduct administrators in light of the impacts of the "judicialization" of their profession, illustrated in this sphere as the use of civil litigation to resolve matters ...