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CEBEY, María Carolina  e  FERRARI, Liliana Edith. Functions, expectations and psychosocial risks of contemporary work. Anu. investig. [online]. 2010, vol.17, pp. 91-98. ISSN 1851-1686.

This article is framed in the work plan: "Harassment situations in working processes: approach to homogeneities and differences in public and private organizations", CONICET doctoral scholarship granted to Lic. Cebey, direction: Dra. Ferrari. The general aim is to explore, identify and analyze subjective, interactional and organizational components and factors compromised in the express or potential production of harassment within working processes. It constitutes a line of investigation within UBACyT Project P015: "Workers' psycho-social risks. Subjective and intersubjective effects of labor precarization", directed by Dra. Filippi. At a methodological level, for this communication are exposed lines of analyses and reflection based on a focus-group implemented during year 2009. Group composition: women, 20-40 years; university studies in course; 70%, private sector. We highlight work's functions and expectations as they are perceived by the participants and their nexus with the denominated psycho-social risk factors at work.

Palavras-chave : Work's functions and expectations; Psycho-social factors; Subjective and intersubjective dimensions; Discourse analysis.

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