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2013 | 148 | 78-93
Article title

Percepcja pracoholizmu przez doktorantów

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Perception of Workaholics by Doctoral Students
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PL
Abstracts
EN
The paper presented results of empirical research obtained by means of a survey questionnaire and concerning the perception of workaholism by current doctoral students of the University of Economics in Katowice, Poland. There were 87 doctoral students from all years of study participating in the survey. Opinions of the doctoral students surveyed on the perception of the phenomenon of workaholism, both in relations to themselves and to other persons in their environment, were obtained. The factors which, as reported by the respondents, influence workaholism were determined. Additionally, the impact exerted by the addiction on social relations of workaholics as well as doctoral students' perception of workaholism were analysed. Conclusions concerning the justifiability of medical treatment with regard to persons affected with workaholism and the term of Adult Children of a Workaholic were formed. The results obtained in the study clarify the standpoint of doctoral students in relation to workaholism as an addiction and may form the grounds for further scientific research concerning the issue among young persons engaged in creative activity.
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148
Pages
78-93
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2083-8611
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