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    Subjective Wellbeing Between Organizational Bonds and Cultural Contaminations.Giuseppe Mininni, Amelia Manuti, Rosa Scardigno & Rossella Rubino - 2010 - World Futures 66 (6):387-397.
    Positive Psychology has recently attempted at “enlarging the paradigm,” explaining the understanding of the human experience of the world. By contrast, for Critical Psychology, “enlarging the paradigm” means moving away from an individualist conceptualization of the psychological. The present article aims at “redistributing the Psychological” toward directions already marked by cultural and discursive conceptions of human experience. Within a transdisciplinary frame, labeled as Psycho-semiotics, Diatextual Analysis has been adopted to investigate the rhetorical modes used by socially excluded enunciators (drug users, (...)
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    Subjective Wellbeing Between Organizational Bonds and Cultural Contaminations.Giuseppe Mininni, Amelia Manuti, Rosa Scardigno & Rossella Rubino - 2010 - World Futures 66 (6):387-397.
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  3. Learning to Be Employable Through Volunteering: A Qualitative Study on the Development of Employability Capital of Young People.Maria Luisa Giancaspro & Amelia Manuti - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    Over the last decades, consistent research showed that voluntary work could be considered as a tool for professional development and concrete employment: volunteering could be either experienced as a desire to improve career opportunities or to acquire new skills. The study aimed to investigate voluntary work as a context of informal and non-formal workplace learning and vocational guidance, useful to develop skills and abilities, namely the capital of personal and social resources, that could promote future employability. Participants were 38 young (...)
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    Workload, Techno Overload, and Behavioral Stress During COVID-19 Emergency: The Role of Job Crafting in Remote Workers.Emanuela Ingusci, Fulvio Signore, Maria Luisa Giancaspro, Amelia Manuti, Monica Molino, Vincenzo Russo, Margherita Zito & Claudio Giovanni Cortese - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    The radical changes deriving from the COVID-19 emergency have heavily upset some of the most familiar routines of daily work life. Abruptly, many workers have been forced to face the difficulties that come with switching to remote working. Basing on the theoretical framework proposed by the Job Demands-Resources model, the purpose of this paper was to explore the effect of work overload, on behavioral stress, meant as an outcome linked to the health impairment process. Furthermore, the aim of the study (...)
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    Metaphor as an Expressive Resource of Human Creativity in Organizational Life.Giuseppe Mininni & Amelia Manuti - 2010 - World Futures 66 (5):335-350.
    A recent perspective proposed by cognitive linguistics allows overcoming the traditional trend by confronting the special rhetorical strength of metaphor with its evident argumentative nature. In such a direction the psycho-semiotic approach frames each human event of sense making within the notion of diatext, underlining the dialogical tension between “text” and “context” of enunciation. Metaphor is a relevant resource of diatextual analysis since it opens unexpected views on the mysterious procedures that translate claims of meaning into discursive modes suitable to (...)
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    Workaholism and Technostress During the COVID-19 Emergency: The Crucial Role of the Leaders on Remote Working.Paola Spagnoli, Monica Molino, Danila Molinaro, Maria Luisa Giancaspro, Amelia Manuti & Chiara Ghislieri - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
    Although remote working can involve positive outcomes both for employees and organizations, in the case of the sudden and forced remote working situation that came into place during the COVID-19 crisis there have also been reports of negative aspects, one of which is technostress. In this context of crisis, leadership is crucial in sustainably managing and supporting employees, especially employees with workaholic tendencies who are more prone to developing negative work and health outcomes. However, while research on the role of (...)
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