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The effects of emotional labour on wellbeing: Contrasts between health care settings Stephen Brown B.A. (Hons) Thesis submitted in fulfillment of the requirements For the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy September 2010 School of Psychology, Murdoch University Western Australia ii Declaration I declare that this thesis contains as its main content work which has not previously been submitted for a degree at any tertiary education institution and, to the best of my knowledge or belief, contains no material previously published or written by another person, except when due reference is made in text. Stephen Brown iii Table of Contents List of Tables ..................................................................................................... viii List of Figures ...................................................................................................... ix List of Appendices ................................................................................................ x Acknowledgements .............................................................................................. xi Abstract ............................................................................................................... xii Chapter 1: Introduction and Rationale for the Research ....................................... 1 Chapter 2: Emotional Labour: A Critique of Current Theoretical Perspectives ... 7 2.1 Hochschild‟s Original Dramaturgical View of Emotional Labour ............. 7 2.2. Emotional Labour as Observable Behaviour ........................................... 10 2.3. Emotional Labour from an Interactionist View ....................................... 15 2.4. Antecedent and Response Focused Emotional Regulation ...................... 17 2.5. Conservation of Resources (COR) Theory ............................................

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