Tecnostress: per una bibliografia completa

Studi, Ricerche, Libri e Pubblicazioni sull’argomento ‘Tecnostress’

Di seguito, sto ordinando cronologicamente tutte le indicazioni bibliografiche di carattere generale relative a volumi, studi e ricerche sull’argomento Tecnostress che recupero man mano.

Dove ho trovato lo studio, l’ho pubblicato ed è scaricabile dal link, altrimenti ho messo dei link di riferimento a pagine web.

Il maggior numero di pubblicazioni riguardano il Tecnostress sofferto da addetti e utilizzatori delle Biblioteche, che sono stati i primi luoghi a cogliere i sintomi e cercare una definizione e una soluzione al rischio ‘tecnostress’. Potete trovare un indice completo di queste ricerche in questa pagina.

Seguono gli studi e le ricerche nelle scienze mediche, psicologiche ed economiche che indagano specifici aspetti del tema, che non ho raccolto per non ampliare troppo questa sezione ma che potete facilmente raggiungere dai link.

Tecnostress: bibliografia cronologica

1984 – Craig Brod, “Technostress: The Human Cost of Computer Revolution”, (abstract), (Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1984), 16.

1986 – Paula C. Morrow, Eric R. Prell, and James C. McElroy, “Attitudinal and Behavioral Correlates of Computer Anxiety,” Psychological Reports 59 (1986): 1199-1204.

1987 – Amarjit S. Sethi, Denis H.J. Caro, and Randall S. Schuler, eds., Strategic Management of Technostress in an Information Society (Lewiston, NY and Toronto: C.J. Hogrefe, Inc., 1987).

1988 – Carol R. Glass and Luanne A. Knight, “Cognitive Factors in Computer Anxiety,” Cognitive Therapy and Research 12 (1988): 351-366.

1988 – Mike Greenly, “Computerphobia: The Fear That Keeps People ‘Off-Line’,” The Futurist 22 (January-February 1988): 14-18.

1988 – Sandra Champion, “Technostress: Technology’s Toll,” School Library Journal 35 (November 1988): 48-51.

1989 – Richard A. Hudiburg and associates, “Measuring Technostress: Computer-Related Stress,” Psychological Reports 64 (1989): 767-772.

1989 – Brett A. Cohen and Gordon W. Waugh, “Assessing Computer Anxiety,” Psychological Reports 65 (1989): 735-738.

1990 – Richard A. Hudiburg, “Relating Computer-Associated Stress to Computerphobia,” Psychological Reports 67 (1990): 311-314.

1990 – Larry D. Rosen (tutto il suo lavoro a questo sito) and Phyllisann Maguire. “Myths and Realities of Computerphobia: a Meta-analysis.” Anxiety Research 3: (1990) 175-191.

1990 – Linda S. Dobb, “Technostress: Surviving a Database Crash,” Reference Services Review 18 (1990): 65-68,48.

1991 – Selye, H., History and present status of the stress concept. 1991, New York: Columbia University Press. 1991 – Monat, A. and R.S. Lazarus, Stress and coping–some current issues and controversies. 3rd Ed ed.

1991, New York: Columbia Univ. Press. 1-15. 1992 – Kate D. Hickey et al., “Technostress in Libraries and Media Centers,” TechTrends 37 (1992): 17-21.

1993 – P. Seppala, “Experiences on Computerization in Different Occupational Groups: A Study in Municipal Workplaces,” Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, VIII. Psychosocial and Stress Issues, Vol. 1, pp. 988-993, 1993.

1993 – Janet J. Turnage et al., “Individual Differences in Technology Stress,” Panel discussion on PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN HUMAN PERFORMANCE; published in Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 37th Annual Meeting, 1993.

1993 – Richard A. Hudiburg and associates, “Measuring Computer Users’ Stress: The Computer Hassles Scale,” Psychological Reports 73 (1993): 923-929.

1993 – Richard Hudiburg, “Technostress,” paper presented at ALA/ACRL Instruction Section program (July 8, 1996); Virginia Moreland, Technostress and Personality Type,” Online 17 (July 1993), 59-62;

1993 – Arnetz, B.B. and M. Berg, Techno-Stress. Psycho-physiological consequences of poor man-machine interface, in Human-Computer Interaction: applications and case studies, M.J. Smith and G. Salvendy, Editors. 1993, Elsevier: Amsterdam. p. 891-896.

1993-94 – John S. Craig, “Managing Computer-related Anxiety and Stress Within Organizations,” Journal of Educational Technology Systems 22, 309-325.

1995 – Larry D. Rosen and Michelle M. Weil, “Adult and Teenage Use of Consumer, Business, and Entertainment Technology: Potholes on the Information Superhighway?”, Journal of Consumer Affairs 29 (Summer 1995), 55-84.

1996 – Richard A. Hudiburg, “Assessing and Managing Technostress” (Valutazione e gestione del Tecnostress, 1996, New York).

1996 – Lazarus, R.S., “Psychological stress and the coping process”, 1966, New York: McGraw-Hill.

1996 – Bengt B. Arnetz and Clairy Wiholm “Technological Stress: Psychophysiological Symptoms in Modern Offices” in Journal of Psychosomatic Research 43, pp. 35-42.

1996 – Richard A. Hudiburg and James R. Necessary, “Coping with computer stress” Journal of Educational Computing Research 15, 113-124.

1996 – Katie Clark and Sally Kalin, “Technostressed Out? How to Cope in the Digital Age,” Library Journal 121 (August 1996), 30-32.

1997 – Richard A. Hudiburg, “Computer Hassles Scale: A Measure of Computer Stress,” in Carlos P. Zalaquett and Richard John Wood, eds. Evaluating Stress: A Book of Resources. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Education, pp. 41-50.

1997 – Larry D. Rosen and Michelle M. Weil, “TechnoStress: Coping With Technology @WORK @HOME @PLAY” New York: John Wiley & Sons.

1997 – David Shenk, Data Smog : Surviving the Information Glut New York: Harpercollins.

1997 – Bengt B. Arnetz and Clairy Wiholm, “Technological Stress: Psychophysiological Symptoms in Modern Offices,” Journal of Psychosomatic Research 43, 35-42.

1998 – Nina Davis Millis (Massachussets Institute of Technology) “Technostress and the Organization: a Manager’s guide to survival in the Information Age” (Tecnostress e Organizzazioni: una guida per la sopravvivenza nell’Era dell’Informazione)

1998 – Robin Clute, “Technostress: A Content Analysis,” Master’s Research Paper, Kent State University. ERIC Document: ED423911

1999 – James Gleick, Faster: The Acceleration of Just About Everything. Pantheon Books.

1999 – Kathy Pribbenow, “Maintaining Balance: Mile-High Expectations vs. Technostress,” Proceedings of the 27th annual ACM SIGUCCS Conference on User Services: Mile High Expectations (Denver), pp. 180-184.

2003 – Martin J. Eppler and Jeanne Mengis, “A Framework for Information Overload Research in Organizations: Insights from Organization Science, Accounting, Marketing, MIS, and Related Disciplines” [PDF] Paper #1 (September 2003), Instituto per la Comunicazione Aziendale, University della Svissera Italiana. (Text in English). Extensive 42-page review of the literature.

2003 – Richard A. Hudiburg, “Relationship of Computer  Hassles and Somatic Complaints”, Luce Faculty Seminar Mind-Computer Interactions

2004 – Terry K. Sanderlin, “Managing Technostress in the Organizational Environment: Symptoms and Solutions.,” Annals of the American Psychotherapy Association 7.1 (Spring 2004), 26-32.

2004 – Stephen Harper, “Managing Technostress in UK Libraries“, Ariadne Issue 25, 04-Oct-2004

2005 – Lisa A. Ennis, “The evolution of Techostress”, Information Today, Inc., New Jersey, 2005 (la sua bibliografia completa è a questa pagina).

2006 – Goh, T.K., Getting Ready for Mobile Learning – Adaptation Perspective. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 2006. 15(2): p. 24 p175-198.

2007 – Enzo di Frenna, “Tecnostress in azienda”, edizioni Netdipendenze Onlus, Viterbo, 2007.

2009 – Jui-Chen Yu, Lung-Hsing Kuo, Li-Min Chen, Hung-Jen Yang, Hsieh-Hua Yang, Wen-Chen Hu, Assessing and Managing Mobile Technostress, in WSEAS TRANSACTIONS on COMMUNICATIONS, Issue 4, Volume 8, April 2009, 416-425.